The new iPad Pro has a reinforced frame that protects it from bending. Blogger Zack Nelson stated this in his review on the YouTube channel JerryRigEverything.
Popular enthusiast testing gadgets for durability tested the current iPad Pro. First of all, Nelson tried to scratch the metal frames and the back panel of the device – he managed to leave deep scratches with the help of a clerical knife. The blogger also tried to burn through the display with a lighter. After burning, black spots remained on the screen, but after a few minutes they disappeared without a trace. Zach Nelson commented on the high quality of the protective glass and mini-LED display.
In conclusion, the blogger traditionally tried to bend the gadget in half with his hands. The author succeeded, however, according to him, he applied considerable effort. After the experiment, the iPad Pro lost its original shape, the protective glass partially detached from the screen. The enthusiast noted that Apple has significantly improved the ruggedness of its tablets, thereby eliminating one of the major weaknesses of the iPad.
In November 2018, Zach Nelson tested the iPad Pro and on video broke the device in half. The blogger compared the force applied to deform a gadget to bending a sheet of paper.
The current iPad Pro with a Liquid Retina XDR matrix based on a mini-LED display was presented at the end of April. The device received a screen with thin frames, an M1 processor, 5G support, up to 16 gigabytes of RAM and up to two terabytes of internal memory, a dual main camera with a lidar and a 12-megapixel wide-angle selfie camera. The cost of the iPad Pro in Russia starts at 107 thousand rubles.