Apple has apparently made no structural improvements with its 2020 iPad Pro since the previous generation. The Durability test from JerryRigEverything saw the latest iPad snap and break just as easily as its 2018 counterpart.
The Cupertino based giant has seemingly skipped any improvements to the build quality, with the 2020 iPad Pro having the same structural flaws as the 2018 model. Similar to the previously launched iPad, the latest version also has the exact same weak point, which is near the microphone that is on the side. During the bend test, the 2020 iPad Pro snapped just as easily as the older variant.
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In the video, the YouTuber tested the Magic Keyboard as well, which was found to be pretty durable and rigid. Although, it does arrive with a sizeable price tag. So while the internals and specifications of the new iPad have been improved, Apple has yet to take note of the physical and structural flaw that still persists two years after. For those interested, you can check out the video above.
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