When the iPad Pro was launched at the end of October, soon consumers who bought the device realised that it's either easily bent, or came to them already bent. However, Apple claims that this shouldn't negatively affect the performance of the slate or get any worse over time. Now, a shadow page of the design: The iPad Pro will bend slightly. Apple said that the slight bend in the aluminum chassis of the device was as a result of the manufacturing process that occurred after the device's metal and plastic components cool. Should the firm consider the bend to be a defect, these undisclosed numbers could very well fluctuate.
JerryRigEverything, a famous YouTuber, also conducted a bend test and confirmed that iPad Pro 2018 is prone to bending issues. But right in time for the holidays, both Walmart and Amazon are hosting possibly the best iPad deal of the year.
This response from Apple comes after scores of reports with people pointing out the slight bend on their iPads and wondering if it's a manufacturing defect or if they've been misusing their devices. "That confidence suggests that this is not a repeat of the "bendgate" controversy that surrounded the iPhone 6 Plus and prompted the company to conduct media tours of its product-testing facilities in 2014".
Of course, the many pro-Apple sites out there aren't getting angry at it (not surprising) and even The Verge says "the fuss is over nothing".
Surely, that is the last thing buyers having spent hundreds of dollars on a device will like to expect out of it though Apple has said that isn't too serious an issue. The gadget is also ideal with the original Apple Pencil.
For what it's worth, neither the 11-inch or 12.9-inch iPad Pro MobileSyrup has at our office has experienced the issue. Further, the screen has the True Tone feature, which is also similar to recent iPhone models.