The new Apple iPhone 12 releases today!
The outcome is the same: Apple has now finally launched the new device, iPhone 12. Later in the year as usual.
Our hands now have the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. And while we are going through the process of testing both phones thoroughly, we have combined our first thoughts on both, so that you can find them at full pace.
The lateral sides of the iPhone 12 are now smooth and matt in finish and the iPhone 12 Pro is bright, and the change to the front and back of the glass is sharper. The look is completed with smaller bezels across the whole frame, although the front-end camera and Face ID technology are still in the top level. A selection of new colors, especially a popular Deep Blue variation, complements the style.
Besides the various colors, the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max have a slightly different finish. The frame consists of stainless steel, not aluminum, and the frame and glass textures are slid, the frame is brilliantly polished while the matte texture of the glass is the same as the iPhone 11 Pro.
In terms of the show, the reliability of ceramic shield glass has improved greatly. The most effective display shielding that is provided commercially is the collaboration Apple with glassmaker Corning to develop a new glass cover for iPhone 12 called Ceramic Shield. Apple claims that it has 4 times better dropping efficiency, so that a typical drop can survive without cracking or breaking.
Only two cameras, a main lens and an ultra-wide lens are available for the iPhone 12, but Apple's main camera has improved compared with iPhone 11. Apple cites a 27 percent increase in low-light capabilities, with the main camera having a new 7-element lens and a wider f /1.6 aperture.
Cameras are updated to a new standard for the iPhone 12 Pro. First, with the addition of a 52 mm telephoto lens which allows 2x optical zooms across the main camera, you can have three sensors. Like the iPhone 12, the main camera has also upgraded with an aperture of f/1.6 and a new 7-element lens for clearer images.
The new A14 Bionic processor enables Apple to use its advanced image processing from Deep Fusion to all four cameras, including the self-contained image, to solve difficult scenes, lighting and texture even better computer photography.
The rises of the MagSafe brand previously used in Apple's laptop chargers, which are paired with magnets, is a major curveball in the iPhone 12. The new system incorporates powerful magnets into the back of iPhone 12, so accessories can be fastened and not just loaders.
iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro (6.1-inch models) are now can be pre-ordered and are ready to go from today, 23 October.
The iPhone 12 Mini begins at $699, and the iPhone 12 begins at $699.
The iPhone 12 Pro device will be $999 while the iPhone 12 Pro Max starts at $1,099.