There have been many reports of the new iPad Pro bending like the iPhone 6 did. Many people are concerned that this could happen to their own iPad. Apple claims that there is nothing wrong with their iPad and that it is a marvel of technology. This is very similar to their responses to bendgate and antennagate gate where they assured the public that there is nothing wrong with their device. Craig, a reader of MacRumors, a website that talks about apple related news and rumors, emailed apple headquarters about the problem. He got back an email from apple’s VP of hardware engineering. The email said “Relative to the issue you referenced regarding the new iPad Pro, its unibody design meets or exceeds all of Apple's high quality standards of design and precision manufacturing. We've carefully engineered it and every part of the manufacturing process is precisely measured and controlled. Our current specification for iPad Pro flatness is up to 400 microns which is even tighter than previous generations. This 400 micron variance is less than half a millimeter (or the width of fewer than four sheets of paper at most) and this level of flatness won't change during normal use over the lifetime of the product. Note, these slight variations do not affect the function of the device in any way. Again, thanks for reaching out and I hope the above explanation addresses your concerns.” Is Apple hiding something or is the iPad actually perfectly fine?