The Apple iPhone 12 Pro is a flagship device from Apple with a 6.1" Super Retina XDR OLED display powered by Apple's A14 Bionic chipset.
It has three 12MP cameras on the rear and a 12MP selfie camera on the front. 4K video recording at 60 fps is available on both the front and rear cameras, while 1080p recording is available at up to 240 fps on the rear camera and 120 fps on the front camera.
Four colour options are available for the Apple iPhone 12 Pro: Silver, Graphic, Gold and Pacific Blue. In addition, three storage options are available. Compare Apple iPhone 12 Pro deals with different options using the table above. This is updated live with all the latest Apple iPhone 12 Pro special offers.
|Apple iPhone 12 Pro|
|Display||Super Retina XDR OLED|
|Pixel resolution||1170 x 2532 at 460 ppi|
|Battery||Up to 14 hours of video playback or 12 hours of web browsing|
|Resistance||Rated IP68 for splash, water and dust resistance|
|Operating system||iOS 14|
|Camera||Rear: 3 x 12MP cameras (wide, telephoto and ultrawide)
|Video recording||4K video recording at up to 60 fps, 1080p at up to 240 fps|
|Storage||128GB, 256GB, 512GB|
|Colours||Silver, Graphite, Gold, Pacific Blue|
The Apple iPhone 12 Pro rear camera has three 12MP lenses: a 26mm wide lens (aperture 1.6), a 52mm telephoto lens (aperture 2.0) and a 13mm ultrawide lens (aperture 2.4). To improve the depth of photos, the Apple iPhone 12 Pro also includes LiDAR Scanner technology.
A slight upgrade to camera technology means Night Mode can now be used on all three rear cameras.
In terms of video, the rear camera on the Apple iPhone 12 Pro can record 4K video at 24 fps, 30 fps or 60 fps, while 1080p recording is available at 30 fps, 60 fps, 120 fps or 240 fps.
The front selfie camera is a 12MP wide lens with a 2.2 aperture. It allows 4K video recording at up to 60 fps or 1080p video recording at up to 120 fps.
Although the dimensions of the Apple iPhone 12 Pro are roughly the same as the previous model, the usable screen size has increased slightly thanks to design improvements. This means the 6.1" display runs almost to the edges of the device.
The Super Retina XDR OLED display has a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz. This is lower than comparable flagship devices from other manufacturers, but still offers a bright screen that regularly refreshes.
Three storage options are available when we compare Apple iPhone 12 Pro deals: 128GB, 256GB or 512GB. Customers should choose their storage option carefully as there is no microSD slot on the Apple iPhone 12 Pro and so storage cannot be expanded.
It's worth remembering Apple allow users to offload unused apps and games to free up storage space and there is also cloud storage available for photos too. This can reduce the amount of device storage needed, so bear that in mind when comparing Apple iPhone 12 Pro mobile phone deals.
Unlike its predecessors, the Apple iPhone 12 Pro has flatter edges and this design fits differently in the hand to the one previous Apple iPhone customers may be used to.
Gorilla Glass is used on the front and rear of the phone with Ceramic Shield protection, plus the handset is encased in a stainless steel frame.
The colour options for the Apple iPhone 12 Pro are more professional than the cheaper model in this series with customers able to choose from Graphite, Silver, Gold and Pacific Blue. Note: not all colours may be available via your preferred mobile network, so filter by colour when you compare Apple iPhone 12 Pro mobile phone deals.
Yes, the Apple iPhone 12 Pro is one of the first phones made by Apple to include 5G connectivity. Customers can compare Apple iPhone 12 Pro deals from various mobile networks in the table above.
Apple do not routinely release information about their battery sizes, so Apple iPhone 12 Pro comparison to other handsets can be difficult. However, reviews suggest the Apple iPhone 12 Pro battery is an improvement on previous models of iPhone but it does not compete with similar flagship devices from other manufacturers.
It should also be noted that 5G connectivity drains battery life faster than 4G connectivity, so using the Apple iPhone 12 Pro on 5G may result in reduced battery life.
No, the Apple iPhone 12 Pro does not come with a charging block in the box. Apple say this omission is to reduce their impact on the environment by removing tech that may be duplicating chargers that customers already have.
Customers who are new to the Apple ecosystem when buying the Apple iPhone 12 Pro will need to buy a lightning cable separately, so this should be factored into the upfront handset costs.
The Apple iPhone 12 Pro comes with a LiDAR Scanner. This technology measures pixel depth and light distance to better map out a scene. In turn, this improves autofocus in low-light scenes and it is especially useful for detecting faces in low-light, therefore improving accuracy and auto-focus.