Apple iPhone 12 review: Closer to a Pro than ever

Watch part 2 here for the iPhone 12 Pro:

I’ve been testing the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro for about a week, and it wasn’t long before I stopped thinking about how big a deal these things were or weren’t. No, I couldn’t help but dwell on more practical matters, like just how similar these two phones really are. The gap between a “regular” iPhone and a Pro iPhone has grown smaller than ever. That’s great news for anyone who doesn’t want to spend more for a smartphone…

47 thoughts on “Apple iPhone 12 review: Closer to a Pro than ever

  1. Yeah I never got another iphone after iphone 5 because that was the best design.
    After it went with the rounded look like Samsung phones and I didn't like them.

    I'm glad they went back to the iphone 5 look 🙂

  2. I really wanted the card pocket to work. I'll pass and I don't want a folding phone case. There are several cards that don't have digital on-phone replacements yet. My wallet is down to 11 cards but that's still too many.

  3. Very good review. I like that you stay on the topic and you don’t try to add politics or anything like that into your reviews. I’m very interested in upgrading soon but wasn’t quite sure so thanks for the video. A lot of the videos I was watching before just tell me about the look and stuff and I’m least interested in that.

  4. Current mobile trends like wireless charging ,optical image stabilization in camera,live photos , camera oriented mobiles all the above things as to be attributed to Nokia and Microsoft as these concepts were bought in those mobiles no one had even attempted that bcos of these American reviewers and there bias towards wall street overhyped company apple are killing innovation and also companies its so sad to see this today were iphone 12 without fingerprint sensor, outdated design ,having pathetic battery life is being appreciated

  5. 1st the pricing of iPhone 12 is an absolutely hell!

    And 2nd thing don't waste money for very small camera improvement and a more 1 gb ram in iPhone 12

    If you really have a problem with your iPhone (6,7,8 only) .. then only switch….

    You can get premium quality phones from samsung and OnePlus with almost same or more apps than ios.

    What are your daily tasks eh? Using calculator , camera , social media , gaming (pubg ,cod) etc…


  6. iPhone 12 is no longer the "default iPhone" if you want 128GB. Step up to 12 Pro for $999 instead of holding back at $879. You'll be sorry for doing so. Now if you can live with 64GB in the base 12, then yes you really save a significant amount of money.

  7. This is a terrible review. 3 minutes in. You've already said the iPhone 12 starts at $729 but that's for the mini. This is the iPhone 12 review. You also just said the iPhone 12 is 800 Nits. That's wrong. The iPhone 12 pro is 800 the 12 is 600. They both do go up to 1200 for HDR though. I'm sure there is more mistakes in this review but I refuse to watch more than 3:31 seconds. Thanks.

  8. Sorry, but for the price, I've decided to go with Google's Pixel 5 this year. Main reasons: better battery life, Gorilla Glass 6 on front screen, aluminum build (no cracked glass back), smaller camera bump, and I don't like "squared off" edges on a phone. I didn't like it on previous iPhones, so I know I won't like it on the iPhone 12. Squared edges are just not as comfortable to hold over rounded edges. Also, I have a feeling that with aluminum frame, I don't think the iPhone 12 is going to be very durable in a drop.

  9. I’ve had the same iphone for 2 years, no scuffs, dints or scratches. Because, it’s £1000+ piece of kit and I take care of it.

    Why is yours already damaged or scuffed, because your a colossal moron. Why would you throw it in a back pack or put in in a pocket with other objects.

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