This year the struggle to provide the best tablet for professional use is more interesting than ever. Upon arrival of the new Microsoft Surface Pro 4, we have seen how Google has announced its Pixel C and Apple has done the same with the Pro version of its iPad. Now iFixtit has dismantled the new iPad Pro to show their bellies, and they will not be so easy to repair. The photos show each of the components of the iPad and we explain the peculiarities of assembly.
The new iPad Pro is designed by Cupertino to become a working tool, better RAM and an ultra-sensitive pen that will allow us to use the tablet like a desktop computer is involved. Indeed the own Tim Cook has said that will be able to replace the work with a conventional PC.
Now the specialists in these conflicts, iFixit has disassembled the iPad Pro, and has shown us all internal components, in addition to revealing how easily be repaired. This is one of the main tasks of these specialists, the tell us just how easy access to the inside of a device, and its particular score, the iPad Pro a disastrous three out of ten possible points is carried.
The factors that have led to iPad Pro poor harvest this score, have been such that many of its components are "stuck" in the site, and that is not easy to get them out. Another of these factors is that the LCD panel and the front glass are linked, so when you break one of these two components, it makes sense it takes to replace both, given the impossibility of separating one from the other , which on the other hand, is quite common in the industry.
One of the few joys that has transmitted the iPad Pro team iFixit is that the battery is easy to remove because it is not soldered to the motherboard. This makes things much easier and allows the battery change operation is easy to perform. Nevertheless, the iPad Pro has achieved better than the iPad Mini 4, which won only two out of ten score note. In any case, it was expected that the new iPad would not be easy to repair, and other devices of the Cupertino company.
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