iPhone 12 Pro Review – The iPhone 12 Pro represents a significant advancement, both internally and externally. On the inside, you’ll find fast 5G connectivity and the world’s first 5nm processor, which outperforms all Android phones. On the outside, the iPhone 12 Pro is made both tougher and sleeker with a 6.1-inch Ceramic Shield display and a flat-edge design.
The iPhone 12 Pro includes not only an optical zoom telephoto lens, but also a new LiDAR scanner that speeds up autofocus and enables Night mode portraits. The iPhone 12 Pro, like the other new iPhone 12 models, does away with the in-box charger and adds support for MagSafe wireless charging. Continue reading to get detailed information about iPhone 12 Pro Review.
iPhone 12 Pro Review
1. iPhone 12 Pro Review: Design
This is very refreshing. The iPhone 12 Pro features a flat-edge design, as opposed to the rounded design of previous iPhones. The flat edges are sharper than the curvier sides I’m used to, but they didn’t bother me.
Another advantage is that you get a larger 6.1-inch display in a chassis that is nearly the same size as the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro. This is due to Apple’s decision to reduce the bezels around the display. As a result, the smartphone has more real estate and is easier to use with one hand. The iPhone 12 Pro measures 5.78 x 2.82 x 0.29 inches and weighs 6.66 ounces.
2. iPhone 12 Pro Review: Camera
The iPhone 12 Pro’s photography capabilities are so impressive that calling it a camera phone is almost an insult. Although the 12MP resolution on the wide, ultra-wide, and telephoto lenses remains the same, there are a slew of improvements here, beginning with a faster f/1.6 aperture for the main camera, which results in a 27 percent improvement in low-light performance.
The iPhone 12 Pro’s photography capabilities are so impressive that calling it a camera phone is almost an insult. Other notable features include Night Mode for the Ultra Wide and TrueDepth (front) cameras, Deep Fusion on all cameras for improved detail, and Smart HDR 3 for the best results in difficult lighting conditions.
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3. iPhone 12 Pro Review: Performance and Battery
Apple claims that the iPhone 12 Pro has the fastest chip in a smartphone because it is the world’s first 5nm chip in a handset. That claim is supported by benchmarks and our own real-world tests. In fact, Apple is only widening the gap between the iPhone and Android phones at this point.
The iPhone 12 Pro has a 2,815 mAh battery, which is smaller than the iPhone 11 Pro’s 3,046 mAh battery. Overall, we saw pretty good battery life in daily use, but 5G can be taxing. On T-5G Mobile’s network, the iPhone 12 Pro lasted 9 hours and 6 minutes.
4. iPhone 12 Pro Review: 5G Service
The iPhone 12 Pro is compatible with all 5G variants, including sub-6GHz, mmWave, and upcoming mid-band frequencies being rolled out by various carriers. The advantage of 5G is that it allows for faster downloads as well as lower latency when playing games or using real-time apps such as augmented reality experiences.
Apple enhances the 5G experience in a few ways. Smart Data Mode can switch from 5G to 4G LTE automatically to save battery life, such as when streaming music with the screen turned off. You can also make full-HD FaceTime calls over 5G, which was previously impossible.
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5. iPhone 12 Pro Review: Video
The iPhone 12 Pro is the world’s first phone to support HDR video recording with Dolby Vision. This means that when recording videos, this device can capture up to 700 million colors. In 4K, the frame rate can reach 60 frames per second.
You can also watch and edit the Dolby Vision HDR video you shot on the iPhone 12 Pro. Another advantage is that the larger aperture of the iPhone 12 Pro allows for better low-light video recording. And, if you use a tripod, you can capture Night mode Time-lapses for dramatic looking footage.