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iPhone 12 Review: Should You Upgrade to Apple’s Latest Phone?

In the vast market of a plethora of smartphones to choose from, for most people premium means iPhone. And these phones are not this popular for nothing. With the wheeling of time, Apple has proved that its idea of premium is unique from what the flagship Android phones offer.

Apple iPhone 12 – Reviews and User Opinions

iPhone 12 review

With every new launch, it has raised the bar by upgrading its smartphones with noticeable features and quality checks. Apple has maintain edits stature by taking every newly launched iPhone to the next level. This time Apple has marked the beginning of a new generation by launching the iPhone 12 series.

With iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 mini, and iPhone 12 pro max, it is the first time that Apple has launched all four new iPhones at once.

In a neck and neck race of smartphones, the iPhone 12 offers remarkable additions in the camera, elegant and modern body design, and especially the all-new 5G support which Apple calls “the most exciting step yet”. If you are someone looking to buy a new phone which is top-notch in every aspect then the iPhone 12 should be your pick.

Let us now have an insight into the detailed specifications of this phone and why is it worth your money.

Design

The first look of the iPhone 12 gives a major throwback feeling and an ode to the iPhone 4 and 5 models. With flat sides and a flat-screen, this new handset looks bold and striking. It presents a smaller and lighter feel than the iPhone 11. Giving a matte finish aluminum feel, the front however is not glass this time.

Apple has introduced a new material called Ceramic Shield which it claims to dramatically improve toughness, offer 4x better drop protection, and to be tougher than any smartphone glass, all of which can be doubled if using iPhone 12 protective cases. As always, the iPhone 12 also offers an array of colors to choose from white, black, blue, green, and red.

Display

The iPhone 12 has smooth rounded corners following a beautiful curved design. This time Apple can be seen switching to an OLED display that offers brighter colors, inkier black shades, improved contrast levels and HDR, and an increased pixel count to 1170 x 2532.

Besides the contrast and resolution, the squared-off sides seem to push the6.1-inch display up and forward.

Camera

With dual 12MP rear-facing (f/2.4 Ultra Wide and f/1.6 Wide) and 12MP front-facing, the cameras have received hardware, software, and processing upgrades. Aside from the obvious AR capabilities, the new LiDAR scanner opens up new photographic possibilities of faster autofocus in low light, and a new feature of Night Mode portraits.

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