Apple’s much anticipated October event was indeed worth waiting for. With its newly launched iPhones, this hugely popular phone manufacturer has notched up its game to another level. One model that stands out the most is the new iPhone 12 Pro 5G. However, this isn’t the first Pro phone from Apple. The iPhone 11 Pro was launched last year, and many will be wondering if it’s worth buying the new one. Here’s a brief comparison to help you decide.
Display and design
The design of the iPhone 12 Pro is different and somewhat leans toward iPhone 4 in terms of looks. Its screen size is 6.1 inches as compared with the 5.8-inch screen of iPhone 11 Pro. But the sharpness and picture clarity is identical in both the phones. iPhone 12 Pro, apart from having a stainless steel frame as iPhone 11 Pro, has a new ceramic guard glass.
Processor and battery
The iPhone 11 Pro has an Apple A13 Bionic processor, which isn’t slow whatsoever and works flawlessly. The new iPhone 12 Pro, on the other hand, has an A14 processor, which is perhaps the fastest of its generation. It was last seen in iPad Air 4 and works at lightning speed. According to the Apple website, iPhone 12 Pro will have up to 17 hours of video playback compared with 18 hours of video playback of 11 Pro. This can only be tested once the phone is out in the market.
The iPhone 11 Pro set a new standard when it debuted with three 12-megapixel cameras. Now, the iPhone 12 Pro weaves a whole new story. It has the same triple cameras, but this one is armed with 4x optical zoom, Dolby Vision HDR video recording, which can go up to 60 fps, and a LiDar Scanner for night-mode portraits. This feature will autofocus much quickly in low light and ideal for people who are into phone photography.
iPhones are generally fast, and both iPhone 11 Pro and 12 Pro run on iOS 14. Tons of new features have come up with the software upgrade on both phones, including Face-ID, artificial intelligence, Animojis, and Memojis. However, the main thing that makes iPhone 12 Pro stand out is its 5G connectivity.