The iPhone 12 Pro is arguably the most popular smartphone currently available. Launched back in November of 2021, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is part of Apple’s ‘econd-wave’ series of twelve-series phones alongside the extremely diminutive, palm-sized iPhone Mini. Despite being one of the smaller smartphones on the market, it packs a powerful punch with high-end technologies and an all-round, easy to use user experience.
The iPhone 12 Pro has an all-metal body and is water resistant to a degree, though it does not feature a glass replacement like the iPhone 8 or Plus models do. The phone features an aluminum frame that houses its dual-core A8 processor, 2GB of RAM and a spacious, cushioned interior. The all-glass front face also features a bright, colorful LED accent, which is another unique characteristic of this model. The iPhone 12 Pro max, like many other iPhone accessories, also include a range of external hardware and software features, which make them more desirable to owners.
This review focuses on the screen size and features of the two most important iPhone 12 Pro accessories, the case and the phone itself. Both are excellent products, offering great value for money thanks to their superior build quality and excellent looks. However, in terms of screen size, both the a14 chip found in the iPhone and the iSight paired with the camera sensor in the iPhone 12 Pro are bigger than the ones found in the iPhone 8 and Plus models, meaning that those with smaller hands may find the viewing on the smaller phone to be difficult. This is a slight hindrance when using the phone, but it’s not anything you should have a problem with.
For low-light photography, you’ll love the low-light camera system the iPhone 12 Pro has, as it enables you to take great photos in virtually any lighting condition. This accessory pairs very nicely with the iPhone’s excellent imaging capabilities. There’s not really any reason why anyone shouldn’t enjoy taking pictures, even at night, and the iPhone 12 Pro’s five-megapixel camera system will enable you to do just that. The front-facing camera has a lower resolution than the rear-facing model, but the clarity of images is excellent. Despite its lower megapixels, the camera system still offers superb picture quality. This is likely to change with larger and higher megapixels models coming from Apple in the near future.
Although you won’t be able to take high-quality videos or movies with your iPhone 12 Pro or the iPhone Pro, you can take excellent stills with it. The front-facing camera has only one, six-megapixel resolution, but it’s still a decent amount of resolution to get an excellent result. The iPhone 12 Pro’s infrared sensor will also help ensure that you don’t have to turn the camera on every time you want to take a photograph or video, which is a nice convenience. You can also use the camera system to enable the iPhone 12 Pro in “night mode,” which is great for shooting video footage while lying in bed at night. The front-facing camera’s low light performance is also quite impressive.
Overall, the iPhone 12 Pro’s camera is a great tool for low-light photography. With high-quality imagery and an easy, intuitive interface, the iPhone 12 Pro makes using this handy tool easy even for a professional. For individuals who need to take excellent images, but lack the sophisticated features of other smartphone cameras, the iPhone 12 Pro should be a great choice. Even if you aren’t interested in purchasing the iPhone 12 Pro, you may still find the a14 bionic much more interesting.