OtterBox iPad Pro cases should settle your bend fears

OtterBox iPad Pro cases should settle your bend fears

OtterBox iPad Pro cases should settle your bend fears

It's also created to stay out of the way of gesture-based navigation, which the iPad Pro adopted from the iPhone XS this year.

"Gadget fans should be ready to cringe in JerryRigEverything's latest video where they take a brand new 11" iPad Pro out of the box and proceed to destroy it; the video also shows the destruction of an Apple Pencil. According to Nelson, "the iPad Pro just doesn't have any of that structural integrity stuff".

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.

The other major qualm is lack of proper USB support, for example, for being able to transfer files to external storage devices, but also support for connecting to printers and scanners. 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. Any trade-offs? I was surprised.

Apple's new iPad Pro redefines what expensive means for an iOS device, and paves the way for an even more expensive iPhone. Most folks won't have to worry about seeing the iPad bend like this, unless they're aiming to break it on objective, but perhaps its thinness is a contributing factor to potentially damaging models in the future.

In October 2018, Apple updated its enterprise-focused iPad line.

It would be surprising if Apple gave substantial direct discounts. We've already put together a guide of deals for iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, MacBook, and other Apple products, as featured in this year's Black Friday ads, which you should check it out while you wait for Apple to unveil its own deals.

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