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Future iPads may be made out of Titanium Alloy

August 20, 2021


The latest iPad Pro devices aren’t well known for their sturdy design, they’re made out of aluminum and they all have a few weak points that can make them fold very easily. According to a new report, Apple may be considering making future iPads with titanium alloy chassis, replacing the aluminum build entirely.

DigiTimes (via MacRumors) claims that the upcoming next, 9th generation iPad will include a new PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) application to improve the scratch resistance of the device. There were also claims in the past, suggesting that the new premium iPhone models in 2022 may feature a Titanium build, which offers a more durable design and stronger strength.

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