Apple’s new iPad Pro folds like paper in new bend test video

																	A popular You Tuber was able to bend the new iPad Pro easily					
		Chris Smith			@chris_write

Apple's new iPad Pro has hit store shelves with a powerful performance that can rival, if not top, today's best notebooks.

When Zack tried to bend the 11-inch iPad Pro, it folded like "a piece of paper" proving that its structural integrity can be easily compromised.

The ZDNet reader response to Apple's new ad with five reasons why the 2018 iPad Pro can be your next computer is surprisingly split.

A bulkier OtterBox Defender case promising even greater shelter for the latest iOS tablet was announced a few weeks ago but is not yet available. Earlier, Filip Koroy of popular YouTube channel EverythingApplePro showed how fragile the new iPad Pros are when dropped from waist height.

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The iPad Pro (2018) gets scratched with a razor blade, and unsurprisingly it does get scratched. You will of course not do this to your iPad Pro, but after seeing this video you'll probably double check for risks of sitting on it. The iPad Pro 11 costs about as much as an iPhone XR, so in the grand scheme of Apple's devices it's quite reasonably priced. He then goes on to scratch the iPad's screen to see how the glass holds up and it seems that the screen does offer a fair level of scratch resistance.

In October 2018, Apple updated its enterprise-focused iPad line.

During that minute viewers are told why Apple believes that the iPad Pro can be their next computer, with each point highlighted in the manner to which we have become accustomed with Apple ads these days - fast cuts, high BPM music, and lots of smiling faces.

Apple gives its iPads and its MacBook Air a makeover in a bid to get you to take them more seriously.

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