Newly launched iPad Pro can seemingly bend and break very easily

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Image lili sams mashable

Apple's recently released iPad Pro can bend or break without much pressure, according to well-known YouTube channel JerryRigEverything.

Whether you agree that those are reasons to ditch your notebook or not, it's clear the iPad Pro offers plenty to get excited about. Considering iPad Pro is the most premium iPad offering from Apple boasting a hefty price tag, ample sturdiness tests must be performed and quality materials must be used to make sure that everything goes as per the expectation.

The fourth reason to get an iPad Pro to replace your computer is how easy it is to multitask, which is mostly handled by the new gestures supported in iOS 12 and thanks to losing the physical Home button.

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This is a great video to check out if you're mulling a new tablet purchase. While the tablet's screen is covered by glass, it's very thin.

As The Verge rightly points out, other iPad models can also bend a lot easier than iPhones, so it's not like this is a major discovery. After scratching the metal sides, Zack finds that the area where the Apple Pencil latches on to the tablet is made of plastic to allow wireless charging for the Pencil.

But the "highlight" of the video, is the bend test, which happens just before the six and a half minute mark, showing the iPad Pro apparently being bent in half easily. That is, of course, absolutely ridiculous but it does highlight the uphill struggle Apple will face when trying to convince people that the iPad Pro is a potential computer replacement. A tablet this size will be placed often in backpacks, bags, or even on a couch cushion.

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