Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad is $229 at Walmart and Amazon ($100 Off)

Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad is $229 at Walmart and Amazon ($100 Off)

Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad is $229 at Walmart and Amazon ($100 Off)

The report states that 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro users are complaining about a bright spot appearing on their screens right above the Home button. But Apple does not believe that an iPad Pro that arrives bent is defective.

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Specifically within their aluminium chassis, but Apple has told The Verge that it's simply a result of the new manufacturing process, and that the bend will not worsen over time. Apple does not consider it to be a defect.

The slight bent on the brand new iPad Pro devices is apparently caused during the cooling process of the device, according to Apple. The company says that it has not seen a higher than normal return rate for the device.

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There are numerous stories and images of very slight bends on brand-new devices on the MacRumors forums, and The Verge's Chris Welch observed the same issue in his own iPad.

At both retailers, you can get a 32GB 9.7-inch iPad with Apple Pencil support for just $229, a whole $100 off.

Several complaints popped up online about iPad Pros being shipped with a bent chassis. "Even if only cosmetic, the issue is out of character for Apple, which has rooted its reputation in manufacturing devices with best-in-industry fit and finish". However, his claims about design flaws with the device were largely rejected because his test does not replicate typical real-world scenarios.

Back in 2014, Apple suffered a controversy aptly named 'Bendgate', in which iPhone 6 Plus smartphones showed a distinct fragility when it came to bending due to everyday use. It was responsive but only with the iPhone 6s: thanks to a much more robust housing made it significantly harder to bend. However, some buyers of the model Wi-Fi also argue that faced with a similar. It's not clear yet if Apple will help anyone who has found their iPad bending and is outside that timeframe.

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