Published: Wed, November 21, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Kristin Zimmerman

Apple foldable iPad? No, just an easily bendable iPad Pro

Apple foldable iPad? No, just an easily bendable iPad Pro

It's also important to point out that it's unclear if the new iPad Pro is more or less bendable that previous versions of the iPad, or even just other tablets in general, especially given that tests like the one JerryRigEverything performed are not done under real-world conditions.

The YouTuber then proceeds to scratching the entire chassis of iPad Pro using a metal blade, with the body getting scratches all around, but still remaining intact. No, this sadly is not some new technology Apple invented, and we're not looking at a foldable iPad.

Thirdly, they highlighted the mobility of the device, as well as its ability to get good signal in relatively poorly-covered areas. That's all great, but is Apple's newest tablet as strong on the outside, as it is on the inside?

There has been a lot of discussion recently as to whether the iPad Pro can be a computer replacement with those who are already using an iPad Pro full time pointing out that it is eminently possible. Apple released a video today, giving five reasons why the iPad Pro should be your next computer.

Apple's new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models offer LCD displays with thin bezels and are powered by the powerful A12X chipset. It is not going to be an easy video to watch if you don't like destroying tech. Of course, all tablets can be bent to a certain degree but the ease with which Zack could bend the iPad Pro's body should raise genuine concerns about Apple sacrificing build quality to shave off a few millimeters. Beware placing the Apple Pencil in a pocket as it might not survive.

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