The new iPad Pro 2020 inherits the elder to become the best tablet in the world, but not only that
To re-appointment, YouTube channel EverythingApplePro is famous for the peeling and torturing of Apple products that have recently released videos of the latest iPads of the apple. This YouTube channel and JerryRigEverything are two counterbalances on Youtube about breaking Apple stuff. After dissecting the iPad Pro 2020, EverythingApplePro has done one of the most troubling tests for viewers: try to crack the iPad. As expected, it is not uncommon for this newly launched iPad to bend and break at the microphone position, around the middle of the screen edge, not unlike the “bendgate” that happened with the iPad Pro 2018.
The almost entirely inherited hardware design of the previous generation makes the iPad Pro 2020 inherit the shortcomings. If you hide the camera cluster, it is probably hard to distinguish between the two generations of 2018 and 2020. Overview of the internal components are almost the same. The only difference is the A12Z Bionic chip, which is actually being scrapped by many technology news sites, the A12X, but unlocking an additional graphics core. In addition, now all versions of the iPad Pro 2020 are equipped with 6GB of RAM instead of the highest capacity 1TB version as the previous generation.
iPad Pro 2020 is still as easy to break as previous generations
This detail will probably make many people think more carefully about their decision to buy iPad Pro 2020, especially when there are continuous rumors about Apple’s new tablet line will be launched right this year, A14X Bionic chip manufactured on 5nm process, promising to bring super outstanding performance. The new design is expected to increase the ruggedness of the iPad Pro chassis because the performance of the iPad is already far superior to its competitors in the market.
So, if you intend to buy the iPad Pro 2020, one of the points you need to keep in mind is that it should be slightly cradled so that it does not bend, affecting aesthetics.