Apple fans can finally open the champagne as their favorite tech company revealed everything about its flagship for 2020: the iPhone 12 lineup. This move marks Apple’s arrival to the 5G realm, and you know what they say: better later than never. Many other smartphone manufacturers have already released devices capable of 5G connectivity, and we can mention Samsung, OnePlus, Motorola, LG, and others.
iPhone 12 is here, and its main highlight remains the A14 Bionic processor. We’re talking about the next-generation chipset made by Apple, and arguably the fastest chipset for smartphones. Behold the presentation video:
Hello 5G. A14 Bionic, the fastest smartphone chip ever. Night mode on all cameras. Super Retina XDR display. The first camera ever to record in Dolby Vision. Ceramic Shield that’s tougher than any other smartphone glass. A whole new way to connect accessories with MagSafe. And the world’s smallest 5G phone, iPhone 12 mini.
The Pro Max version of the iPhone 12 is easily the best model of the lineup. The 6.7 inches Super Retina XDR OLED display stands out, as it’s accompanied by a 120Hz refresh rate and scratch-resistant glass. The IP68 dust/water resistance, the Dolby Vision, as well as the 4K video recording for both the rear and the front camera are worth mentioning as well.
The iPhone 12 flagship lineup is available in four variants: mini, standard, Pro, and Pro Max. They are all featuring the highly-controversial 5G technology. Whether we like it or not, 5G has become the new trend for smartphones, and it’s obvious why: the new technology is capable of granting much faster and more stable internet connections than ever before. Watching live streaming will be accompanied by little to not at all interruptions and freezes.
Feel free to tell us what you like most about iPhone 12!
James is passionate about mobile gadgets, and he likes to keep himself up-to-date with the latest releases in the field of smartphones, tablets, and so on. He has ten-year experience in writing content and reviewing tech products. For Meedios, James will cover news regarding mobile devices, mobile operating systems, and more.