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The iPhone 12 Pro was released in 2020 as part of the iPhone 12 range – but with a few enhanced features to make it just that bit better than the standard model. Here’s what you need to know about the phone, and how to find the best contract deal.

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The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max were announced on October 13, 2020. Along with the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini they're Apple's first 5G phones, but they offer even more in terms of specs and features. Compare mobile deals on the iPhone 12 Pro above, and choose the plan that suits you. 

Specs at a glance

  • 5G speed
  • A14 Bionic chip
  • Super Retina XDR display
  • 6.1‑inch (diagonal) all‑screen OLED display
  • 146.70 mm x 71.50 mm x 7.40 mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs around 187 grams
  • 2532x1170-pixel resolution at 460 ppi
  • Triple 12MP camera system: Ultra Wide, Wide and Telephoto cameras
  • 64GB, 256GB and 512GB storage

The iPhone 12 Pro is 5G-ready, which means you'll be able to connect to next-gen internet networks from your iPhone for the very first time.

All phones in the iPhone 12 range make use of the A14 Bionic chipset. Apple claims it’s the fastest chip ever in a smartphone, and a full 40% more powerful than the A13 chipset in the iPhone 11 range. You’ll also get the iOS 14 operating system, and you’ll have storage options of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.

As for battery life, Apple claims the iPhone 12 Pro will last for up to 17 hours of video playback.

Once you’ve found the phone you want, compare mobile phone insurance quotes with MoneySuperMarket to find the best available deal for cover.

Availability and price

The iPhone 12 Pro is now available.

You can pick up the iPhone 12 Pro for £999, costing £300 more than the original iPhone 12 model.

Contract plans can help spread that cost out, of course - including deals with no upfront cost

Key features

The first thing you’ll notice about the iPhone 12 Pro is its sleek design, featuring a shiny stainless steel frame.

The camera is excellent, with a triple lens setup including a telephoto lens, plus a LiDAR sensor for better depth – and amazing software and features to help your snaps shine.

The phone’s performance is fantastic, running on a very powerful platform – one of the strongest on the market at the time of launch, in fact. It’s a little better than the regular iPhone 12 model, largely thanks to its 6GB of RAM.

It also features 5G, for speedy mobile internet and future-proofing.

And it has Apple’s MagSafe technology, for wireless charging and adding smart magnetic accessories.

iPhone 12 Pro design

The iPhone 12 Pro looks just like the standard iPhone 12, with a shiny glass back, and pleasingly square edges like we saw on classic iPhones.

But where the iPhone 12 has an aluminium frame, the Pro model has stainless steel. It gives it extra shine, stronger build quality, and above all a more luxe look and feel.

It’s available in rather stunning colours too: silver, graphite, gold, and pacific blue.

How good is the iPhone 12 Pro camera?

The camera is one of the best features the iPhone 12 Pro has to offer. It’s an improvement on the regular iPhone 12, but not as good as the 12 Pro Max (or later iPhone models).

It has three lenses: a 12MP wide lens, a 12MP 120-degree ultrawide lens, and a 12MP 52mm telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom – the latter of which you don’t get with the basic iPhone 12.

It’s also got a LiDAR sensor, which gives the cameras better depth and focusing, incredible Night Mode snaps, and advanced augmented reality.

And the whole thing is enhanced with better software than most iPhones, too. It includes Apple’s ProRAW capability, which lets you process photos using a combo of smart software and the use of RAW images.

There’s also Night Mode, included in both the rear and front facing cameras, meaning amazing low light performance. And of course Portrait Mode for better portraits.

As for recording video, it impresses here too. You can film in 4K-resolution Dolby Vision HDR at 60 frames per second – meaning rather professional-looking footage.

How good is the iPhone 12 Pro display?

The display is incredibly crisp and vibrant. It’s a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED screen, with a Full HD+ resolution of 1170 x 2532 pixels.

That gives it a really clear picture, with bright colours and deep blacks, and makes it a real joy to use. Photos and videos look stunning, and the image is nice and clear if you want to edit them accurately too.

The screen is also nice and strong, thanks to Ceramic Shield technology in the glass. It can handle being thrown around a little bit without shattering.

How good is the iPhone 12 Pro battery life?

It’s not bad, thanks to a 2815 mAh battery. With normal use, it should last all day without any trouble – and on lighter use days, it’ll see you through ‘til past midnight.

However, it doesn’t offer the most impressive battery life on the smartphone market. You’ll definitely need to keep a charger on hand for the evening if you use the iPhone 12 Pro for heavy work (such as taking lots of photos, recording video, or playing intense games).

iPhone 12 Pro full review

Take a look at our full review of the iPhone 12 Pro, and see what we thought of the cameras, performance, design, and more.

You can also read our iPhone 12 review, iPhone 12 mini review, and iPhone 12 Pro Max review to compare all your options.

What are the key differences between the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro?

The iPhone 13 Pro, released a year later in 2021, takes the 12 Pro and improves it in a few little ways that make a big difference.

Both have pretty much the same design, display, and general look and feel. But it’s under the hood where you’ll see the difference.

The platform is updated for the 13 Pro – the 12 Pro is powered by an Apple A14 Bionic chip, while the 13 Pro has a newer A15. You can also get more internal storage, up to 1TB, with the 13 Pro (though you’ll pay quite a bit more for the privilege).

The cameras are incrementally better, including a boost to the telephoto lens so it now has 3x optical zoom.

The battery is boosted too, meaning the 13 Pro will last a little longer between charges.

However, being better and a whole year younger than the iPhone 12 Pro, bear in mind that the 13 Pro will cost a fair bit more.

What we like

  • Luxurious look and feel, available in gorgeous colours
  • Great cameras, including ultrawide and telephoto lenses, plus a LiDAR sensor and ProRAW software
  • Vibrant, clear, high-res display
  • Powerful platform with super fast processors and 6GB RAM
  • 5G connectivity included
  • MagSafe tech for wireless charging and smart accessories

What we don’t like

  • Not a huge improvement over the basic iPhone 12
  • Still quite expensive
  • Battery, though fine, could be more impressive
  • Charging block not included in the box

How does the iPhone 12 Pro compare to other handsets on the market?

The specs and technology, especially on the camera, are a touch better on the iPhone 12 Pro than they are on the standard iPhone 12.

But it still isn’t quite as good as its sibling the iPhone 12 Pro Max – which has even better tech, including cameras, plus a huge sized screen.

The 12 Pro also lags a little bit behind its next-gen counterpart, the iPhone 13 Pro.

Its Android equivalent, meanwhile, would be the Samsung Galaxy S20 released around the same time. The S20 features a bigger display and chunkier battery, but the processors and camera on the two phones are largely similar. If you’re struggling to decide between the two, you may as well just go for the one on the platform you prefer.

MoneySuperMarket’s expert rating

It’s a great phone! There are better handsets on the market, however, and if you’re in need of ultra-high specs then it may disappoint. But if you just want a ruddy good iPhone, there’s not much to criticise about the iPhone 12 Pro.


Contract options

There are plenty of options for mobile contracts on the iPhone 12 Pro. Choose the best one for you by comparing all your options. Take a look at the table on this page, and adjust the filters to find the kind of deal you need. Think about:

  • Cost – including both monthly and upfront costs. There are plenty of deals with no upfront cost at all.
  • Data allowance – Plans range from those with low monthly allowances for light use, up to unlimited data.
  • Network – Some bigger networks come with lots of perks and extras, while others focus on low cost deals. Remember to check coverage in your area too before committing.
  • Contract length – Phone contracts can last as short as 12 months, or as long as 48 months, with lower monthly bills on longer-term plans.

Got a poor credit history and struggling to find a deal? Take a look at our guide to bad credit mobile contracts for some tips – or buy the iPhone 12 Pro outright and get a SIM-only deal to use with it.

iPhone 12 Pro specs

Manufacturer Apple
Operating System iOS
Sim Card Type Nano
Accelerometer Yes
Proximity Yes
Compass Yes
Barometer Yes
Gyroscope Yes
Size & Weight
Form Factor Candy Bar
Thickness 7.4 mm
Size 71.5mm x 7.4mm x 146.7mm
Weight 187 g
Battery Type Lithium Ion
Capacity 2775 mah
Standby hours
Talktime hours
Display Size 6.1 inches
Screen Type
Resolution 1170 x 2532 inches
Pixels Per Inch 460 ppi
Touch Screen Type Capacitive
Processing power
CPU 2100 mhz
Processor Cores 6 Cores Cores
Memory 6000 MB
Internal Storage 128, 256, 512
External Storage No
Camera & Video
Primary Camera 12 MP
Flash Yes
LED Flash
GEO Tagging Yes
Auto Focus Yes
Fixed Focus Yes
Touch Focus
Face Detection Yes
Smile Detection
Image Stabilisation Yes
Video Quality 2160
2nd Camera 12 MP
Generation 5G
Frequency Dual-band
Wi-Fi No
Wi-Fi Hotspot No
Wi-Fi Direct No
Bluetooth No
Loudspeaker Yes
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