The smaller of those has now undergone the usual durability testing from YouTube channel JerryRigEverything.
The full video includes the taking apart of a second generation Apple Pencil as well as the inscribing of a Spider-Man face in the anodization on the back of the iPad Pro, a sign that the anodization is perhaps not as thick as it could be. Now before you jump into the comments section blaming him for going too harsh on the device or saying that no one is going to bend it, take a look at Apple forums where people are noting that the tablet is bending just after a couple of days of use.
"A tablet the size of a piece of paper folds like a piece of paper", Nelson says.
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Apple's newest iPad Pro has a great new design that sees the axing of the home button for a more immersive display and a slim form factor. Like tinfoil wrapped around mashed potatoes'. Now, Zack Nelson of the channel JerryRigEverything demonstrated how easy it is to bend and crack open the tablet without much exertion.
Regardless, the headline-grabbing feature of the video is the bending of that poor iPad Pro. It also comes in a 12.9-inch version which will likely react exactly the same way if subjected to the same amount of force.
The takeaway here is that you should probably be mindful of the way you treat a tablet that can run you almost a grand or more, depending on storage and display size. While, yes, the iPad Pro is hardly pocket-sized, it's very easy to imagine things getting bendy if someone were to accidentally sit on one.