Designed for the most demanding customers, Apple’s Pro iPhone traditionally offers an upgraded display and camera experience, but this year it’s not entirely true when it comes to the standard iPhone 12 Pro.
For everyday use, the iPhone 12 Pro is insanely fast, with fast loading speeds and perfect performance, even in GPU-intensive games like Call of Duty Mobile with maximally tuned graphics settings. Access to the camera is almost instant, and you can even switch between the camera and shooting mode instantly. You can also easily export 4K movies via iMovie and enjoy image editing with professional apps such as Pixelmator.
The iPhone 12 Pro is similar to the iPhone 12 in some respects, with the main difference being in the camera sector. The standard model has a wide lens and an ultra-wide lens on the back, but the iPhone 12 Pro has an additional 2x telephoto lens.
The main camera can capture more light than before, and not only the overall lighting but also the details have been greatly improved. This makes it possible to shoot in difficult lighting conditions such as in dimly lit restaurants, making it easy to shoot without resorting to a powerful (but rarely used) built-in flash. Anyway, it is more suitable for darker environments than the f / 2.4 ultra-wide lens and f / 2.0 telephoto lens.
Along with 12Mp wide, there is 12Mp ultra-wide. It provides a 120-degree snapshot of the surroundings, perfect for beautiful landscapes and group shots.
The excellent rear camera trio enables some of the best video captures in the industry and overall performance is still one of the best in the industry.
Its price has kept it down from last year’s size, which isn’t too much of a problem now as the iPhone 13’s range is in there.