Gadget fans should be ready cringe in JerryRigEverything's latest video where they take a brand new 11 "iPad Pro out of the box and continue to destroy it, the video also shows the destruction of the Apple pencil. The video bending test begins with an Apple Pencil that broke with a quantity A surprising ease, just slightly more than the power it takes to break a plain wooden pencil would have to break the Apple pencil. Be careful to put the Apple pencil in your pocket as it might not survive.
To make matters worse, the battery inside an Apple pencil is not one of the types of lithium ion that are solid and flexible, the battery of a wireless charging pencil has an acid in it, at some point of the video that acid squirts out. Squirting acid does not require much bending back and forth using pliers before the battery ruptured making this unlikely in the real world. However, the ease with which the Apple pencil is cracked in half definitely makes it to break if you slip it in your pocket to sit or throw it and then accidentally step on it.
The iPad Pro testing begins with a screen scratch test that shows signs appear up with a six-hardness level to select, standard and scratch glass according to the video. The hardness level where the Sapphire camera lens cover scratches
Scratches are something that most people who spend big money on gadgets are going to protect against screen covers with cases, so many people are willing to ignore the chance of the device being scratched. A big catch comes from the iPad Pro suffers from something similar to "
The new iPad Pro bends so easily that users should be concerned about the same backpack theme. If you push it in your bag and then lean on a chair, it is likely that the tablet will bend over. If you leave the iPad Pro on the sofa or bed and it gets sat on or leaning on, it will definitely bend over. It is not the strongest of tablets, it needs a case, and great care must be taken.