Apple Pencil Torture Test, Will It Bend? [Video]

Apple Pencil Torture Test, Will It Bend? [Video]

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Check out this video from Zach Straley that tests the breakability of the Apple Pencil while plugged into the iPad Pro and its resistance to bending.

The Apple Pencil holds up surprisingly well due to a hinge mechanism that is build into the top of the pencil.

Take a look below...

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Mattt - November 19, 2015 at 8:48pm
With a 86 mAh battery you shouldn't have to worry about charging it for long. Apple advertises "15 seconds will get you half an hour of usage". So it'll be fully charged in roughly 6 minutes. If you think you'll break it in 6 minutes, go return the $1,000+ of products you purchased.
Kooper - November 20, 2015 at 7:06pm
Are people really dumb?? There can be so many incidents that can touch the iPad Pro and pencil while its charging. Some people own pets, have children, or even while you are outside you cannot find a place to lay iPad flat on the tablet, etc. its so fragile and vulnerable to break very easily. Not everyone is typical loner who lives by themselves or living under the basement like yall.
Benso - November 19, 2015 at 7:12pm
Ummmm what happen to Steve Job's favorite quote "who needs stylus??" in first iPhone announcement? We are going backward folks
Uh... - November 19, 2015 at 9:01pm
You wish we were going backwards because 1. Apple PENCIL is not like any stylus, 2. What did Jobs say that quote to? the iPhone, iPad, etc.? 3. Jobs also said they didn't want to do bigger screen, but Apple today didn't have a choice with that.
Miiah - November 20, 2015 at 7:02pm
An input device on top of the touch screen is called stylus dumbass. And its exactly the same as the drawing stylus from 53 but thinner. So it is not a stylus?? IT IS. And Steve didnt specify exact devices but mocked ANY device that uses stylus including PDA. Thats combining phones and tablet. This year is a disaster for Apple. Your statement is wrong, Apple did have choice. They could have stick with their mindset of not having bigger screen. But they decided to follow where the money goes. Admited they were wrong
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