Apple remains true to the iPad Pro series with the new iPad Pro 11's slim design, but it is a few grams lighter again, as we mentioned earlier. This weight difference does not make a noticeable difference in everyday usage, though. As in previous years, Apple offers the tablet in Space Grey and Silver.
Our unit is well-built, and its slim chassis is comfortable to hold. The gaps between materials are tight and even too with no apparent flaws. Additionally, the tablet retains its predecessor's 83% screen-to-body ratio, which remains good. The iPad Pro 11 (2021) has slightly thicker bezels than its predecessor, but these make it easier to hold without accidentally triggering the display.
The iPad Pro 11 (2021) endured our attempts to twist it, and did not make a sound when we did so. Also, we had to press hard on the display to distort it, but the waves disappeared once we lifted our finger. In short, you should not fear any stability problems with the iPad Pro 11 (2021), despite its large surface area.
When choosing materials, Apple continues to focus on sustainability and uses for the iPad Pro, among other things, recycled aluminium, tin and rare earths.
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