Each model in a range needs its own niche – its reason for being, if you like. Among the new iPhone 12’s family of four, the Pro’s schtick is its imaging qualities.Read More...
Each model in a range needs its own niche – its reason for being, if you like. Among the new iPhone 12’s family of four, the Pro’s schtick is its imaging qualities.
The Pro builds on the straight 12 model with an extra optical zoom rear camera and LIDAR technology that gives you more focusing options. It also shoots 4K video with Dolby Vision and stunning slow motion at 60 fps. There’s extra RAM, and for all the big files you’re likely to accumulate, even the base level storage starts at 128GB.
And of course the Pro has all the features of the straight 12: blisteringly fast 5G connectivity; a 6.1” OLED screen that’s a fabulous stage for streaming and photography; the powerful A14 Bionic processor; Magsafe wireless charging; and IP68-grade water resistance. Read less
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Heya, I am tempted by a "Pristine" iPhone 12 Pro but I am worried the OLED screen will not be a genuine apple one, can you guarantee it will be? And that it will be free from OLED burn in? Thanks.By Francis on 05 Oct, 2021
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Mozillion Apple iPhone 12 Pro review
Ridiculously fast and smooth
Beautiful photos on a beautiful screen
Useful upgrades over the standard iPhone 12
Not convinced? Try one of these alternatives to an Apple iPhone 12 Pro:
iPhone 12 - almost as good, but it costs a chunk less
iPhone 13 Pro - the newer, better version
Google Pixel 5 - less stylish and powerful, but still a great phone for less
There can be little argument that the Apple iPhone 12 Pro is one of the greatest mobile phones. Building on the fantastic iPhone 12, it shares all the same strengths, but adds worthy upgrades - particularly to storage and camera performance. A true design icon, the iPhone 12 Pro is water resistant, has an all-day battery, and now supports a range of mag-safe accessories.
The iPhone continues to set the benchmark for beautiful smartphones. The iPhone 12 Pro shares the regular iPhone 12’s gorgeous Super Retina XDR screen, which runs almost edge to edge. It looks incredible, particularly given the phone is barely any bigger. Apple says its Ceramic Shield technology makes it four times less likely to break - a good job: you’d be heartbroken if it did.
Like other iPhone 12s, the iPhone 12 Pro has only a single Lightning connector, used for charging and data. There’s a new family of MagSafe wireless chargers, and other accessories including cases and car mounts.
The iPhone 12 camera is one of the best you’ll find on any mobile phone, but the iPhone 12 Pro manages to improve on it. Here, the 12-megapixel system gets upgraded with a third, telephoto lens, offering improved optical zoom of up to 4X. Happily, it’s paired with dual optical image stabilisation to help offset any increase in camera shake.
Apple has added a LIDAR scanner, so the iPhone 12 Pro deals better with low light photography. There’s also support for the RAW image format, allowing greater control over the final quality of photos. With features to put pro cameras to shame, It’s an astonishing bit of kit.
The iPhone 12 Pro manages to improve even on the video quality of the iPhone 12. It records 4K or HDR Dolby Vision video at up to sixty frames per second (60fps). Image stabilisation helps banish the shakes, while wider digital and optical zoom ranges help keep everything in the picture.
The iPhone 12 Pro shares virtually the same 6.1” OLED screen as the regular iPhone 12. That means an incredible 460 pixels per inch for razor-sharp images, and a typical contrast ratio of two million to one. Maximum brightness is the same, but there’s a subtle boost to typical brightness, up by 28% over the iPhone 12. It really is one of the best phone screens you’ll find.
All the new iPhone 12 models benefit from the Apple A14 Bionic chip. Apple says it’s the fastest processor in any smartphone, and who are we to doubt it? Capable of one trillion operations a second, the A14 might seem like overkill for those group WhatsApp messages, but it helps make all iPhone 12 models great for gaming. And with its camera upgrades, the iPhone 12 Pro is an even more serious photography and filmmaking tool.
With its frankly bonkers processor, you might expect the iPhone 12 Pro to struggle keeping the lights on. Fortunately, Apple has engineered everything to conserve energy, resulting in a phone that plays back video for up to 17 hours on a charge - or audio for more than two days.
While the regular iPhone 12 has an aluminium body, the iPhone 12 Pro is surgical stainless steel. You can have it in one of four colours unique to iPhone Pro models: Pacific blue, gold, graphite or silver. And if you don’t feel like leaving it naked, Apple’s range of MagSafe accessories includes cases and car mounts.
The iPhone 12 Pro gets a useful storage upgrade over the iPhone 12, starting out with a minimum of 128GB, and topping out at a whopping 512GB. There’s no SD Card slot, so you can’t add further space yourself. Like other recent iPhones, you won’t find earbuds or a charger in the iPhone 12 Pro box. The phone has no 3.5mm socket, but you can buy EarPods with a Lightning connector if you’re not ready to go wireless.
The iPhone 12 Pro is already out! It was unveiled and launched in October 2020.
Yes. Apple says the iPhone 12 Pro can survive water up to six metres deep for 30 minutes. While we wouldn’t go swimming with one, it’ll definitely shrug off everyday spills - or the dreaded toilet drop.
It’s Ceramic Shield, developed by glass maker Corning. It’s said to be up to four times more drop-resistant than the front glass on the iPhone 11. Independent tests suggest that it is indeed harder to scratch or break.
No. The iPhone 12 family also has no 3.5mm audio socket, so you’ll need wireless headphones, or EarPods with a Lightning connector.
It does! All iPhone 12 models are 5G ready.