The iPhone 12 is impressive.
Some of its new features may sound evolutionary, but they hit all the right spots. The iPhone 12 has a new super-hard glass, a new design that makes it more compact and lighter than before, a new Super Retina XDR display, a super-fast A14 processor, 5G, improved cameras on all fronts, and MagSafe tech that opens up a bunch of new possibilities. (Check out our overview of all the new features of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini here.)
But at $799, the iPhone 12 is also more expensive than the iPhone 11 was at launch, and that’s a bit of a disappointment.
The iPhone 11 was a massive change in Apple’s strategy. For the first time, the Cupertino-based company positioned its mid-tier model as the front-and-center iPhone, giving it nearly all the important features of the Pro models, and all at the very