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5G, LIDAR, MagSafe — the new iPhone 12 Pro has a lot of things you won’t be able to vày much with right now


Photography by Amelia Holowaty Krales | video by Becca Farsace, Phil Esposito, và Alix Diaconis | Sound by Andrew Marino | Graphics by Grayson Blackmon

It’s a big year for the iPhone: Apple’s iPhone 12 line is totally redesigned & features four models — the iPhone 12 mini, the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro, & the iPhone 12 Pro Max — at a range of screen sizes và price points. Across the board, Apple’s added new đoạn clip features, a new MagSafe charging system, the new A14 processor, & all of the hype it can muster for 5G.

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It’s obvious what sets the mini & Max iPhone 12s apart, but the two 6.1-inch models in the middle of the line are remarkably similar. The iPhone 12 và the iPhone 12 Pro have the same basic design, very similar OLED displays, và the same processors and 5G capabilities. The Pro adds an extra telephoto camera lens, a LIDAR sensor, a little more RAM, twice the base storage, & a shiny stainless steel frame. All that will cost you $999, around $200 more than a base iPhone 12 at the carrier-subsidized price of $799.

Now, there are some of you who are going khổng lồ spend the extra money because this is the shiny one. In most cases, I would make the same choice because I have come to lớn accept my weaknesses. But it’s worth diving in to lớn see if the extra money is worth it, especially since the iPhone 12 now has an OLED display, which means the differences between the regular iPhone and the Pro are fundamentally much smaller than last year, when the regular mã sản phẩm had a lower-resolution LCD.

So the real question for the iPhone 12 Pro is whether the small danh sách of extra features justifies a roughly $200 price bump from the standard iPhone 12. Và if you’re spending that much more, it might be worth it to wait a little while longer and spend another $100 on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which will địa chỉ cửa hàng a bigger display và a larger main camera sensor with a very intriguing new sensor-shift stabilization system that could offer a huge jump in picture quality.

That leaves the 12 Pro in a weird spot, và really, I think it comes down to lớn how much you might use the telephoto lens or shoot portrait photos at night.

Then again, it’s shiny.


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The iPhone 12 Pro’s stainless steel frame looks great but catches fingerprints with ease.
The front of the phone is covered in what táo apple calls “Ceramic Shield,” a hybrid of glass & ceramic. Between the new material — you can’t điện thoại tư vấn it “glass” because it’s technically not glass — và the new design, apple claims the iPhone 12 line has four times better drop performance than the previous models, with the same scratch resistance. (I drop my phone a lot, so I’m excited khổng lồ see how this goes.) On the back, you’ll find the same type of glass as last year, but the new kiến thiết should improve its drop performance as well, táo bị cắn says. One thing apple would not tell me is how resistant this stainless steel frame is to lớn nicks and scratches… và we’ve already put a tiny nick in the frame of our đánh giá unit, even though all it’s really done is travel from đoạn clip shoot to video shoot.


Agree to Continue: iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro

Every smart device now requires you khổng lồ agree to lớn a series of terms & conditions before you can use it — contracts that no one actually reads. It’s impossible for us khổng lồ read and analyze every single one of these agreements. But we’re going khổng lồ start counting exactly how many times you have to lớn hit “agree” khổng lồ use devices when we nhận xét them since these are agreements most people don’t read and definitely can’t negotiate.

To use an iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro, you have to lớn agree to:

The táo bị cắn dở terms of service agreement, which you can have sent to lớn you by emailApple’s warranty agreement, which you can have sent to you by email

These agreements are nonnegotiable, & you cannot use the phone at all if you don’t agree to lớn them.

The iPhone also prompts you to set up hãng apple Cash & Apple Pay at setup, which further means you have lớn agree to:

The táo bị cắn Cash agreement, which specifies that services are actually provided by Green Dot bank and apple Payments, Inc, & further consists of the following agreements:The táo khuyết Cash terms & conditionsThe electronic communications agreementThe Green Dot ngân hàng privacy policyDirect payments terms & conditionsDirect payments privacy noticeApple Payments, Inc, license

If you địa chỉ a credit thẻ to táo apple Pay, you have lớn agree to:

The terms from your credit thẻ provider, which bởi vì not have an option khổng lồ be emailed

Final tally: two mandatory agreements, six optional agreements for hãng apple Cash, one optional agreement for táo bị cắn Pay


The iPhone 12 Pro’s OLED display is larger than the iPhone 11 Pro, at 6.1 inches, & the phone is slightly taller as a result. The display is otherwise basically the same as last year in terms of brightness and pixel density, which means it looks excellent, although it’s still a 60Hz refresh rate, which at this point is behind virtually every app android phone at $700 và up.

There are excuses to lớn be made about Apple’s sales volumes and available display panel supply, but in the end, a 60Hz display is simply not very… pro. Indeed, Apple’s own máy tính bảng ipad Pro has a ProMotion high refresh rate display. If you’ve only ever had iPhones, you will not really notice this because it is the same as ever. But if you have used a 120Hz display, the difference in smoothness when scrolling is certainly noticeable.

The bezels & notch at the top of the screen are still the same size, which more or less means eventually you just won’t notice them. Early adopters will notice that some apps need to be updated for this new screen size — Instagram is a little broken, as usual — but the iPhone ecosystem generally adapts quickly, so I’d expect a flurry of tiện ích updates lớn come.

On the sides of the phone, you’ll find four standard antenna gaps, và US models have a millimeter-wave (mmWave) antenna window for ultrawideband (UWB) 5G on Verizon. Táo bị cắn told us that holding the phone with your hand over this window shouldn’t affect wireless performance & that there’s no particular guidance on how to lớn hold the phone. I have large hands và basically can’t hold the phone without covering the antenna window unless I try, and I didn’t have any issues during my brief UWB tests.

The back of the phone features Apple’s new MagSafe magnetic wireless charging and mount system, which feels lượt thích the connector equivalent of the summer before college for the first time: the future is bright and exciting, và you get lớn reinvent your whole situation from scratch. But the days of the Lightning connector are obviously coming lớn a close, and it’s okay lớn be sad about it.

MagSafe is extremely clever as a concept and exceedingly fine in reality. I am excited about magnetic oto mounts và stabilizer gimbals and other accessories that don’t require fiddling khổng lồ attach. I also think there will be neat uses of the additional alignment magnet just below the charging coil; that’s the one that keeps Apple’s just-okay wallet case attached correctly. Táo khuyết seems confident that an actual MagSafe accessory ecosystem will develop, unlike the ipad Smart Connector. There are already third-party chargers & car mounts & things being announced. (Apple claims taking its more standard cases on and off the phone is easier because of the magnets, & I have no idea what they’re talking about. It seems just the same as ever.)


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The MagSafe charger is a $39 accessory that snaps khổng lồ the back of the iPhone 12 Pro with magnets.
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Apple’s cases also use magnets, but the process of putting them on and taking them off feels the same.
Interesting possibilities aside, the actual MagSafe charging puck is pretty huge for something you might carry around with you even though it’s small for a wireless charger, and I’m not particularly excited about traveling with it in my bag. The cord itself is short, so it does feel lượt thích only a baby step toward a version that’ll work while you’re on the couch or in bed with a low battery. Táo has yet to lớn come out with one with a longer cord, but it seems inevitable.

MagSafe is also expensive. If you want to lớn use Apple’s $39 MagSafe charger so you can get fast 15-watt charging, you’ll need to lớn buy your own 20-watt USB-C power nguồn adapter, or shell out for Apple’s at $19 because it’s no longer in the box. (In general, the removal of the nguồn adapter & headphones from the iPhone box this year seems lượt thích a good thing but with mixed environmental repercussions.)

If you don’t want to pay that much, you can use any regular Qi wireless charger for up to lớn 7.5-watt charging, same as the iPhone 11 line, và Apple says third parties will be able lớn build approved MagSafe chargers in the future, so hopefully there are some cheaper options soon.

All in all, MagSafe is a very clever idea that needs some more bake time in the wild before it can actually replace the Lightning connector và deliver the port-less iPhone apple seems to lớn be headed toward in the future.


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The iPhone 12 Pro has three cameras — normal, ultrawide, và telephoto — plus a LIDAR sensor on the back.

iPhone 12 Pro Camera

Last year I said the iPhone 11 Pro had the best camera on a smartphone, & it’s not lượt thích the iPhone 12 Pro went backward. But it’s only a small step forward — enough lớn stay just ahead of the competition. Most of the improvements are fairly minor.

The main camera has a very slightly brighter lens than last year, which helps it in low light, and Apple’s new Smart HDR 3 processing seems khổng lồ be, well, a little smarter. The noise reduction is improved and looks better than the iPhone 11: photos look less grainy, và there’s a little more detail. The photos are also slightly more contrasty; every year, táo seems khổng lồ be more willing lớn let highlights be highlights và shadows be shadows, which is a look I’m personally fond of.


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The 12 Pro doesn’t have much in the way of camera hardware upgrades. The improvements are mostly due to Apple’s new processing.
The 12 Pro also has a new LIDAR sensor on the back, something we first saw on the ipad tablet Pro. If you’re deep into AR gimmicks, you’re going lớn love the LIDAR sensor. It makes AR gimmicks better than ever. (I bởi vì not love AR gimmicks, but the ones I tried were quite nice.)

In regular, non-augmented reality, most people will take advantage of the LIDAR sensor on the 12 Pro in low-light situations, where it enables the camera to lớn focus much more quickly — up khổng lồ six times faster, according to apple — & also take night mode portrait shots.


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Night mode portraits let you get the kém chất lượng blur even in dark situations. Photo by Becca Farsace / The Verge
In testing, the focus was indeed fast, & iPhone 12 Pro low-light photos were sharper than the iPhone 11 Pro because it has a brighter lens that allows for faster shutter speeds.

Night mode portrait shots are remarkably impressive — although they only work with the wide lens, not the tele. Google’s px 5 can take Night Sight portrait photos as well, but it can be fiddly to lớn make it happen. The iPhone 12 Pro just took impressive photos, no fiddling required.

Unless you are extremely committed to lớn either AR gimmicks or night mode portrait photos, I don’t think you’ll get much value out of the iPhone 12 LIDAR sensor. When you take photos in regular light, the camera focuses just like always; the LIDAR sensor isn’t active. In many ways, it feels like LIDAR is mostly on the phone so that Apple and other people can figure out what to vì with it in the future.

Compared to the Google px 5 và the Samsung cảnh báo 20 Ultra, the iPhone 12 Pro delivers exactly what we’ve come to expect from Apple: great photos in almost every case, with balanced colors and great details. I still prefer the px look ever so slightly, and I am reliably informed that there are people who prefer Samsung’s hyperrealistic colors, but the iPhone 11 Pro was the phone lớn beat. The iPhone 12 Pro slightly improves on the 11 Pro in most situations and adds the ability lớn get usable shots in even harder edge cases.


The big thing hanging over all of this is that we have yet to thử nghiệm the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which has a much larger main camera sensor with a new stabilization system. The tele lens on the 12 Pro is nice to have, but there’s a reason hãng apple puts the ultrawide on the regular 12: it’s just more versatile. If you’re spending extra money because you want a slightly better camera on your iPhone, I’d wait to lớn see if spending just a little bit more extra money can get you a far better camera. This, as my colleague Dan Seifert says, is how they get you.

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Speaking of video, the other big new camera feature across the iPhone 12 line is the ability khổng lồ create Dolby Vision HDR video. There is no way to lớn talk about this without falling deeply into the weeds of đoạn phim formats, but I promise you it’s going to lớn be fun. I promise.

HDR stands for high dynamic range. You’re probably familiar with the term from still photography, where HDR systems in điện thoại thông minh cameras have been a revolution. But to understand HDR in video, you have lớn set aside everything you know from photography HDR. It’s very, very different.

HDR in video clip basically means that the brightest part of the image can get much brighter, & you can see more detail in the bright parts of an image compared khổng lồ SDR, or standard dynamic range. This is actually really easy lớn show on the iPhone. When you shoot video, it captures in HDR, và when you swipe through your camera roll to play it back, you can see the display change modes and get brighter. That’s HDR.

HDR videos also generally have more available colors in them. SDR videos can have 16 million colors, while HDR videos on the iPhone have 700 million colors. That’s a lot of additional colors, & it means things like gradients & sunsets & so on look smoother. Showroom it all up, & HDR clip is brighter & more colorful than SDR video, which is great.

Watching HDR đoạn phim has gotten very easy over the past few years. Almost every new higher-end TV và phone supports HDR, & most of the major streaming services offer movies and TV shows in HDR. (HBO Max is the most notable exception.) But it’s still been hard lớn shoot and share HDR đoạn clip yourself. It’s not impossible: Samsung phones since the Galaxy S10 can shoot in a format called HDR10+, but it’s a setting that’s tucked deeply away. & if you’re really motivated, there are workflows khổng lồ get HDR video clip out of everything from a Sony RX100 Mark V on up. But none of that is easy.

So the iPhone shooting HDR video clip by default, out of the box, is a big deal.


I’ve been saying “HDR” this whole time, not “Dolby Vision.” That’s because Dolby Vision is one kind of HDR — a format — & there are lots of HDR formats. With lots of formats come compatibility problems. And, yep, Dolby Vision on the iPhone 12 has some compatibility problems — but not as many problems as I feared. Apple & Dolby have done something very smart khổng lồ ensure long-term compatibility at the cost of some short-term incompatibility.

Dolby Vision và the rival HDR10 format are what’s called perceptual quantizer (PQ) HDR systems. Và PQ systems are not backwards compatible with SDR displays, meaning Dolby Vision đoạn clip has only been compatible with Dolby Vision displays. (Playing a Dolby Vision đoạn clip on a non-Dolby Vision display would look completely wrong.) If you wanted lớn watch a Dolby Vision video clip on a regular display, you would have lớn re-encode it into SDR — basically, make an entirely new đoạn clip file.

But the iPhone 12 shoots đoạn clip in a newer version of Dolby Vision called Profile 8.4 that’s built on a standard called HLG, or hybrid log-gamma. HLG works differently than PQ systems; it was developed by broadcasters lượt thích the bbc and NHK to be backwards compatible with SDR displays so they would only have khổng lồ broadcast one video stream.

All this means that an iPhone 12 HDR video clip is a 10-bit HLG file with additional Dolby Vision metadata on top, and it will happily play back as SDR on SDR displays, HLG on HLG displays, and Dolby Vision on Dolby Vision displays that support Profile 8.4. Và iOS 14 is smart enough khổng lồ know when the apps and devices you’re sharing đoạn clip to don’t support this new format, & it’ll make sure you send something that works. It is all very clever, even though, in practice, what it means is you’re mostly sharing SDR video.


There’s a catch. (Of course.) Dolby Vision Profile 8.4 is a new version of Dolby Vision, & that means a bunch of older Dolby Vision gear out there needs to be updated to support it. So I can’t promise you any random Dolby Vision TV with AirPlay 2 will play back iPhone 12 Pro đoạn phim in Dolby Vision. You’ll have to kiểm tra to see if your TV supports Profile 8.4. Dieter’s older Vizio P65 has AirPlay 2 but played back iPhone 12 Dolby Vision video in SDR. My năm 2016 LG B6 OLED supports Dolby Vision but not profile 8.4, & it wouldn’t play an iPhone 12 đoạn phim file from a USB stick at all. It’s also old enough now that it’ll probably never get another software update to vày so. & so on.

That said, new TVs will naturally support the newest versions of Dolby Vision, and you can always just plug in an táo khuyết TV 4K & AirPlay khổng lồ that. (The way iPhone 12 Dolby Vision video clip works with an hãng apple TV is wonky, though: you have lớn run the apple TV in Dolby Vision mode all the time to lớn make it work. If you are a sane person và use your táo bị cắn TV in SDR with “match content” turned on, you will still always see SDR clip from an iPhone 12. I hope táo fixes this very quickly.)

Oh, & if you have a Mac, Dolby Vision đoạn phim won’t be supported until macOS Big Sur comes out, và we don’t really know when that’s going khổng lồ be. I also don’t know when the likes of Instagram and TikTok & YouTube will tư vấn Dolby Vision video from the iPhone; right now, you will see your videos in SDR when shared khổng lồ those platforms. (YouTube supports HDR đoạn phim right now, but only in HLG and HDR10. Formats!)

So Dolby Vision video clip on the iPhone is a little complicated, và there will be some compatibility goofiness at the start. But over time, I’d expect it khổng lồ fade away. TV manufacturers and social platforms have a lot of incentives to lớn figure out how lớn play back people’s iPhone videos well, after all.

And in the meantime, it’s true that most people watch their điện thoại cảm ứng thông minh videos on their smartphones, và iPhone 12 Dolby Vision clip looks very bright & colorful on the iPhone 12 Pro và other newer iPhones & iPads that support HDR. I’m excited it’s there and am even more excited it is the default.

I was lucky enough to work on this review with Verge video director Becca Farsace, so I asked her for some thoughts on iPhone 12 Pro video quality in general. Here’s what she had lớn say:

There are three things I noticed when shooting đoạn phim with the iPhone 12 Pro: a great cấp độ of detail, brighter footage at night, và light reflections for days. The iPhone 12 Pro can shoot up to lớn 4K at 60fps và 1080p at 240fps, just lượt thích the 11 Pro. I was impressed with the đoạn clip capabilities of the iPhone 11 Pro last year, & with the iPhone 12 Pro, it’s no different… like, it’s actually hard to tell the difference between footage from the 11 and the 12.

In perfect lighting conditions, the đoạn phim is beautiful. Colors are punchy, details are crisp, và it can handle skin tones well. The 12’s footage is the slightest bit warmer during the day, but unless you are really trying lớn find a difference between these cameras, you won’t.

At night, the 12 Pro is a bit brighter overall and does a nice job of smoothing the dark areas lớn combat noise. The main sensor is certainly the brightest, and once you switch over to lớn the ultrawide, things get a bit dark. But more concerning is when shooting at night, & using that main sensor, there are still little dots all over the frame! Any light coming directly into the lens, such as headlights from cars, casts lots of light reflections onto the image, & it’s quite distracting. This was a problem with footage from the iPhone 11 Pro, and that problem has not gone away.

But overall, this camera system continues khổng lồ be great, and when you are playing it back on a device that supports Dolby Vision clip files, it looks incredibly colorful and punchy. That’s the main difference between the 11 Pro & the 12 Pro’s video: the new one shoots in Dolby Vision, as discussed extensively above. I’m excited khổng lồ put the 12 Pro Max khổng lồ the demo with that larger sensor and optical image stabilization.

All in all, the iPhone 12 Pro camera remains one of the most powerful, capable điện thoại thông minh cameras on the market right now. The problem is that the iPhone 12 Pro Max camera is coming out in less than a month. If you are the sort of person who buys a new phone for the camera, I would definitely wait.


5G on the iPhone 12 Pro

I am obligated khổng lồ discuss 5G in a review of a new 5G iPhone, even though I personally vày not find 5G compelling because I bởi vì not live anywhere close khổng lồ a 5G service area on any of the major networks. I think that will be the case for a great many people for some time to come, & so I am happy lớn report the iPhone 12 Pro does just fine on LTE.

But I did spend a day in NYC, và I can report that Verizon’s Sub-6 “nationwide” 5G is basically fine. It’s there, and it was reasonably fast, although my iPhone 11 Pro on AT&T LTE could produce equivalent speeds in many cases. Verizon’s “nationwide” 5G network feels lượt thích the early days of LTE khổng lồ me: I can’t tell if it’s always going to be this fast or whether it will slow down as a flood of devices — like, say, aggressively subsidized 5G iPhones — hit the network. We’ll find out!


There’s a Verizon mmWave 5G tower just across the street from our office, và the iPhone 12 Pro was fast khổng lồ latch onto it & light up the UW indicator. In a patch of đôi mươi glorious square feet, I pulled over 2 gigabits per second down. (And 40 megabits per second up, which matched regular 5G.) If I walked 100 feet away, the signal dropped, & that was that. I hope you are not anticipating being very di động with your 5G smartphone phone if you have giant files lớn download. Using mmWave definitely made the phone get a little warm, and it seemed to drain the battery a little faster. It’s good that it’s very difficult khổng lồ use mmWave, I suppose.

There’s much more on 5G in Dieter’s review of the regular iPhone 12, if you want to lớn dig deeper. But I think for most people, the experience of using 5G will be virtually the same as using LTE for now — not least because the iPhone will step you down to LTE khổng lồ save battery life whenever it can, with a feature called Smart Data. In fact, if you’re in a 5G service area, you’ll see the 5G symbol at the vị trí cao nhất of the phone to lớn indicate that you have access khổng lồ 5G, but the phone might still be using LTE because it doesn’t think you need the extra speed. You can turn Smart Data off, but I can’t see any reason you’d want lớn at this time.


iPhone 12 Pro performance và battery life

The iPhone 12 has Apple’s new A14 Bionic processor, which is the first 5nm cpu in a smartphone, và it feels lightning-fast. I write that every year, of course: I wrote it last year about the A13 Bionic, and the year before that about the A12 Bionic. Và those phones don’t necessarily feel slow. Táo apple still sells the iPhone 11 và iPhone XR with those chips in them, which means they will be supported for years to lớn come. I continue to lớn think Apple’s commanding lead in điện thoại thông minh performance is most valuable khổng lồ people at the end of a phone’s lifecycle than at the beginning. This phone is so fast that it’ll stay fast for a long time. That’s great & more important than a slightly higher synthetic benchmark score today.

There’s a U1 cpu in the iPhone 12 Pro, just like the 11 Pro, & it’s still pretty much good for AirDrop. Hãng apple does say that some neat U1 features are coming khổng lồ the new HomePod mini, so we’ll have khổng lồ see how those pan out, và if this system is ever really used for all the things it can seem like it can do. But for now, AirDrop.

iOS 14 runs great on the 12 Pro — unlike the buggy mess that was quả táo 13 last year. For a more detailed rundown of everything ios 14 includes, go read Chris Welch’s review.


Testing battery life on the iPhone 12 Pro was probably the hardest thing to do since I don’t live anywhere close to a 5G service area, & I was only back in thành phố new york City for a single day to lớn shoot our review video. But in that single day, it felt like the battery on the iPhone 12 Pro died a lot faster than I expected. After around 2.5 hours of screen on time, I was at 18 percent. Of course, we were using 5G a lot for testing, và using the mmWave radio drains the battery faster, so it’s hard to say how representative this is. I asked Apple, & I was told the company expects people lớn get a full day of usage out of the phone. In my normal quarantine routine where I’m on Wi-Fi nearly all of the time, that certainly seemed reasonable.

In the end, I think iPhone 12 Pro battery life is going to lớn vary widely for people depending on how much they use 5G — especially mmWave 5G — so this is something we’ll have khổng lồ track over time. But I would definitely not expect the “try and stop me” battery life we saw on the regular iPhone 11.


So that’s the iPhone 12 Pro. Is it worth $200 more than the standard carrier-subsidized iPhone 12?

Yes, because it is shiny.

That’s the best answer I have right now: it looks cooler than the regular iPhone 12, & some people value that, just lượt thích some people value a telephoto lens, the ability to lớn take portrait photos in night mode, và LIDAR AR tricks.

But my instinct is to hold off on recommending this slightly more expensive iPhone until we’ve tested the even more expensive iPhone. The iPhone 12 Pro Max has a much bigger display & what could be a huge jump in camera performance for another $100, which feels lượt thích a lot more value for the extra money. So we’ll see.

It’s also hard lớn suggest that anyone spend more money than necessary upgrading their phone in the middle of a pandemic. If it’s time to upgrade và you want a new phone, the iPhone 12 Pro is a great choice. Anyone with an iPhone XS or older will love the new cameras và enjoy the new design. I have a kid, & we nâng cấp every year because I always want to lớn have the best cameras on our phones. But again, if you are upgrading for the cameras, it’s worth seeing how the best camera táo bị cắn dở thinks it can make performs on the Pro Max before making a purchase.


if you’re not upgrading for the cameras, the iPhone 12 Pro doesn’t offer so much more over the iPhone 12 that it’s a must-have upgrade. In many ways, most of the new features on the phone are ahead of their time. I don’t think 5G is all that big of a giảm giá khuyến mãi yet when the networks aren’t really built out, there aren’t exactly killer apps for it, and we’re all spending most of our time at home anyway. Dolby Vision clip is right up my alley, but it still has to shake out in the wild a little. The U1 chip & LIDAR sensor… well, it certainly seems lượt thích they’re going to lớn be big deals, but not quite yet.

I’m not trying to kết thúc this on a down note: the iPhone 12 Pro is a beautiful, powerful, and incredibly capable device. I enjoyed using it during this review, and the camera is extremely good. If you can find a patch of sidewalk with an mmWave signal, you will have a killer speedtest screenshot to lớn share. It will make you happy if you buy one.

But if you’re going khổng lồ spend the money to upgrade over the regular iPhone 12, I would definitely wait for iPhone 12 Pro Max đánh giá first.


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