THE NEW IPAD PRO may be the same dimensions as A4 paper, but you absolutely shouldn't try and turn it into the world's most expensive paper aeroplane. The hardness level where the sapphire camera lens cover scratches isn't up to par; it scratched at much lower hardness levels than similar materials from other manufacturers.
It's too early to say whether the new iPad Pros are any easier to snap or bend than their predecessors - a device this shape is always going to be susceptible to deliberate attempts to bend it, and most iPad Pro owners are reporting no problems with bending. From snapping the new Apple Pencil in half, to literally scratching Spider-Man's face into the back of the tablet. Apple's critical darling appears to bend pretty easily under the right amount of pressure, which you might expect but is no less visceral to watch. Apple released a video today, giving five reasons why the iPad Pro should be your next computer. The fifth and last reason has to do with the Apple Pencil.
While he criticizes the iPad Pro design in this clip, Nelson a few weeks ago put the iPhone XS through a series of drop tests, praising Apple for the build quality of the new phones, as the test results were a lot better than he had anticipated.
The Smart Keyboard Folio adds a physical QWERTY keyboard, and a way to prop up your iPad Pro so that it is positioned in front of you, sitting on any desk just like a personal computer.