The Cupertino tech giant recently launched the new Apple iPad Pro with a whole lot of new specifications, YouTuber Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything performed a few rigorous, durability tests on Apple iPad Pro 11 in his recent video.
Zack’s findings reveal that Apple iPad Pro 11 bends without applying much force. As a result, the tablet could be seen giving up easily and eventually breaking into two pieces. In essence, tablets are less rigid than smartphones, which is why they are significantly prone to crack down the middle when you try to break them into pieces.
Zack further went on to perform burn and scratch tests on the tablet’s liquid Retina display as well as on the back. Although it was not the first time Zack performed these on-camera tests for his YouTube channel, it was rather unusual to see Zack perform these tests on a tablet. In the past, JerryRigEverything channel upload videos performing similar durability tests on many flagship smartphones like Google Pixel 3 XL and Samsung Galaxy 9.
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Apple’s all-new iPad Pro 11 and 12.9 starts at Rs 71,900 and Rs 89,900 respectively. Available in Space Grey and Silver colour options, both the models support for Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity.
Apple’s newly-unveiled tablets are available in multiple storage configurations: 64GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.