Apple introduced its new iPad Pro at an event last week. This new model stands out with its M4 chip and OLED display used for the first time. Robustness tests revealed that this device is more durable than its predecessors. The new iPad Pro is only 5.1 mm thick, making it the‘thinnest iPad ever‘. However, this thinness raised some questions among users about the durability of the device.

iPad Pro Endurance Test Results

Test videos published on YouTube answer these questions. JerryRigEverything and AppleTrack channels have conducted tests that show the new iPad Pro can withstand extreme pressure. It was found to be much less damaged than older iPad Pros, especially in horizontal bending tests. In vertical bending tests, it was observed that the internal structure of the device and the charging port opening remained weak.

The device’s screen was also successfully tested in extreme heat tests. Overall, they concluded that the new iPad Pro is sufficiently robust to withstand the rigors of everyday use. However, this does not mean that the device will not be damaged. It is emphasized that users should be as careful as usual to protect their iPads.

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