As is the case with any sport, stats are a big deal. And not just to the fans out there, but even more so for the teams and players.
Apps need to support device displays if people actually want to enjoy them, but sometimes the rollout takes time or leads to more issues.
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show has officially kicked off, which means there are more new accessory announcements than you can shake a stick at.
When reports of the 2018 iPad Pro bending started getting media attention, Apple was quick to dismiss the matter saying that certain units can ship with a slight bend. It said that a bend of up to 400 microns is fine, with the design tolerances for the tablet being tighter than for previous iPads.
For the first time in many years, I was impressed with Apple’s event in October especially when it came to the new iPad Pro. It had all the features that I had hoped for such as Face ID, thinner bezels without the notch, powerful A12X processor, base storage option of 64GB, Type-C connector and lots more.
The year-in-reviews are flooding in (unless you are an Apple Music subscriber and don’t use a separate app!), along with looking back at all the things the company launched over the last 12 months.
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Apple’s Dan Riccio Says 2018 iPad Pro ‘Meets or Exceeds All of Apple’s High Quality Standards of Design’
Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro, which is an expensive device, can bend. Right out of the box before the owner even uses it. But, if you ask Apple, that’s perfectly fine.
The 2018 iPad Pro starts at $800. It’s not cheap! And it also may come out of the box bent, which is apparently just fine.
Everything is fine if you have a brand new 2018 iPad Pro, whether in the 11- or 12.9-inch variant, and you notice it has a slight bend in the frame.