iPhone and iPad have long been subjected to bending tests to see how they keep up to abuse. Men hvad med om din iPad Pro kom med en bøj i casing? You would send it back and ask for a replacement or a refund, right? But Apple does not believe that an iPad Pro that arrives is defective.
The company has confirmed that a number of 201
There have been a large number of complaints about being iPad Pros online, and the problem seems to be more pronounced in LTE models. Confirming the bend "issue" to the Verge, Apple says that it "is a side effect of the device's manufacturing process and should not worsen over time or negatively affect the flagship iPad performance in any practical way".
Apple forklarer at bøyden er forårsaket af køling som involverer plast og metalldeler av iPad Pro, og det er et problem som kan bli funnet i begge størrelser av tabellen. Writing for the Verge, Chris Welch says that while some people say the bend has appeared over the course of a couple of weeks, for others it has been present from the beginning:
And I can personally vouch for that: my 11- inch iPad Pro showed a bit of a curve after two weeks. Apple asked if I would send it their way so the engineering team could take a look. But the replacement 11-inch iPad Pro I received at Apple's Downtown Brooklyn store exhibited a very slight bend in the aluminum as soon as I took off the wrapper.
For a company that usually places a strong emphasis on quality, this is a strange turn of events. Med Apple nektet å erkende at det er en feil, ser selskapet ut til å være burying sitt hoved i sanden til en viss grad.
Hvis du får vite om bøyd i din iPad Pro, er du berettiget til en refusjon eller erstatning innen 14 dager.
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