The first messages in the bag are bent and the iPad Pro, there was already in November, as the iPhone 6 was revealed only after a while, how many users were really affected. Now Apple has released a statement to The Verge claiming that it actually isn't a defect. It is not known if a similar problem will impact the new 11 and 12.9-inch 2018 iPad Pro models, as these devices are too new and the problem appears to surface after several months of usage.
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According to The Verge, consumers who are facing bending in their iPad Pro 2018 "shouldn't have any trouble exchanging or returning" the device at an Apple Store. The company said it "shouldn't worsen over time or negatively affect the flagship iPad's performance in any practical way". Given that it's not considered a manufacturing defect we'd imagine not.
Apparently, the iPad Pro is easily bent due to the cooling process of the metal and plastic components of the device. However, since Apple's confirmation, many would say he isn't totally wrong about the design flaw.
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There will be plenty of new iPad Pro tablets under the Christmas tree this year, and now Apple has confirmed that the reports of the odd warping issue on some of the iPad Pros is indeed real. The new iPads are much thinner than previous versions and the exceptional thinness of the metal could have contributed to the devices' susceptibility to temperature.
As of this time, there are no reports of performance issues caused by the bending, nor are there any complaints about further physical degradation or damage as a result of the bending.
It remains to be seen how many more buyers react to Apple's confirmation about the bend being normal. But it's clear from forums and other outlets that it's a real issue. Apple is just trying to avoid another bendgate. On the network part, the Apple iPad (2018) offers 4GLTE and A-GPS (on the Wi-Fi + Cellular model) and additionally Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v4.2, and a Lightning Connector.