A new video by Youtube JerryRigEverything shows that Apple's latest iPad Pro can bend and destroy without much effort. The tablet was delivered quickly when Zack Nelson tried to do a bend test, where the iPad Pro broke in the middle, at the microphone point and the wireless charge for the pencil.
This video is not the only example showing the poor design of iPad Pro. There have already been reports of iPads bent in the middle after just two days of use while safely carrying them on a backpack. In fact some of the users report that their device was barely bent since they opened their packaging.
Since the new iPad Pro is a premium device whose price starts with 799 dollars, a better design of its metal case should have been made. It is worth noting that for previous iPads it has been reported that they bend with great ease.
Tablets are devices with large screens, while they are pretty thin. Because of this, they have much less impact resistance than smart phones that may have half the screen diagonal but the same thickness. But what's worrying about Zack's video is the amount of little power she put on the tablet until it starts bending.
Finally, as you can see on the video, the other features of the iPad are pretty robust. However, if you want to protect your iPad, we recommend that you use a protective case, although there are few options at this time.