The iPad Pro at 11 "and 12.9" was introduced two weeks ago and while it features a new design, powerful processor and features, the JerryRigEverything test shows how disappointing building quality is.
Zack Nelson (JerryRigEverything) accustomed to "torturing" the instruments falling into his hands to see their boundaries build quality, with the iPad Pro not being the exception being thrown into the test scene. The tests begin with an Apple pencil, which is broken in the middle with little pressure, revealing its inside with the magnets used to place it on the iPad Pro and charging it.
The series took the iPad Pro which went very well in the test of the screen gradient while impressing caused how thin the glass. The construction of the iPad Pro is based on aluminum, which was introduced by the touch of Zack Nelson blade on each side of the device. We then tested the Flame Flame on the iPad Pro screen, with the pixels starting to burn after 10 seconds and returning to their original state, which would not be the case if the screen was OLED.
Last but not least, the most painful part of the test touches the pressure test to bend the iPad Pro where Apple does not seem to attach much importance to stamina, as Zalk Nelson himself sets, is a board that has the size of a piece of paper and folds like a piece of paper. In an effort to bend it, it was folded in the middle as if it was made of foam, which is not the best device sold in our country from 969 to 2279 euros.
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