I just received a new iPad Pro, 256 GB, Space Grey, Wi-Fi only. When looking it over, I noticed that the case is slightly curved/warped. It is quite noticeable when looking along the long edge - it's curved concave up, and might be about 1-1.5 mm or so in the middle. You can even see it in the screen reflection. I am aware of this post https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7516608?start=0&tstart=0 , and I have read through it thoroughly. From reading it, it looked like this condition was common with the 9.7 Pro - even some owners had gone through four units, all with "curved" cases. My daughter's old iPad 2 is barely concave, our two iPad mini's are perfectly straight - but their cases are small, so they are stiffer. As good as these are, I do think that Apple has pushed the engineering past the point of what the materials can ideally support. It is now so thin that after the manufacturing process, gluing/pressing everything together, etc. that this warpage is almost inevitable. I'm fairly certain Apple is aware of this - especially after reading through the thread that I linked above. These are expensive, premium devices, and it does disappoint me that this is considered acceptable. My question to other iPad Pro 10.5 users - is yours warped as well? Note - I tried to post this exact text to the Apple Support Community, but it wouldn't let me at all. After seeing a post here about censoring - I think that I was blocked since this looks negatively on Apple.