The iPad Pro 2020 also falls into the clutches of Zack Nelson, better known for his YouTube handle JerryRigEverything. Last year, things had not gone well at all for the Apple's flagship tablet, which had already sold at the beginning of the bend test, destroying itself irreversibly. Given how similar the model is updated to its predecessor (in the end the camera module and the SoC change more than anything else – elements that certainly do not contribute to a greater overall structural integrity), you can already imagine how it ends up this time too. The weak point, apparently, continues to be the microphone, positioned right in the middle of one of the two longest sides. Instead, it seems that Apple has reinforced the Apple Pencil charger at least a little – at least this time it lasted, not last: it could also be a coincidence.
This year, if nothing else, the YouTuber also tests the new Magic Keyboard, and from this point of view there is better news. When the iPad Pro is protected by the accessory keyboard cover, not even considerable force can bend it. It is worth mentioning that the Magic Keyboard is also compatible with the previous generation of iPad Pro, so it is a recommended purchase for those who use their tablet in various contexts, especially in the field.
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Clearly the discussion is more general, and is not limited to the Apple keyboard / trackpad; fortunately there are also less expensive solutions that allow to obtain a similar result – at least from the point of view of structural rigidity.