Pressing hard on display while iPad Pro turned off

Akapplefan

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I had a glass screen protector on my iPad Pro 10.5 but it cracked so I wanted to take the protector off and replace it with a new one. I used the tech armor suction cups to remove the glass protector but it wouldn't come off. I pressed fairly hard on the iPad display while doing so a few times. I then figured out that I could take the protector off with my finger nail on the corner of the screen.

Could I have done any damage to the screen when I put pressure on it? The display was off.
 
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justinTlME

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I had a glass screen protector on my iPad Pro 10.5 but it cracked so I wanted to take the protector off and replace it with a new one. I used the tech armor suction cups to remove the glass protector but it wouldn't come off. I pressed fairly hard on the iPad display while doing so a few times. I then figured out that I could take the protector off with my finger nail on the corner of the screen.

Could I have done any damage to the screen when I put pressure on it? The display was off.
I mean, you can always do some kind of damage depending on how much pressure you apply. It also wouldn't matter if the screen was on or off.
 
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Akapplefan

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Seems fine. I also had a glass screen protector on and screen looks fine when I turned it on.

Anything to check for specifically?
 
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Relentless Power

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Seems fine. I also had a glass screen protector on and screen looks fine when I turned it on.

Anything to check for specifically?
I don't think so. If you would have subjected the display to any damage, you would have noticed it when the display was off and on.
 
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