The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro hit shelves on Friday October 21st. Those who managed to pre-order earlier this month received their new smartphones in the mail the same day. Apple seems to be struggling to keep up with demand. For most models, shipping estimates are now declining through mid-November. This could be a sign that Apple fans are interested in the new design, revamped cameras, and 5G support. Or the widespread shutdowns due to the global pandemic have seriously impacted the Californian company’s ability to manufacture and ship normal sized cell phones worldwide. Who knows, it could be a little bit of both.
1) iPhone 12 Features You Won’t Find on Android: Ceramic Shield
Ceramic Shield is a new toughened glass that was developed by Apple and the shatterproof specialist Corning. Although they announced Corning’s super-powerful Gorilla Glass product, including the latest Gorilla Glass Victus (which is designed to help prevent everyday scratches and scrapes, and drops) on a multitude of Android smartphones back in August, the company uses a custom smartphone Wording if it works with apple. And according to both companies, the latest result of this partnership is really something special.
The Californian company named Ceramic Shield by Apple’s marketing department says it’s harder than any other smartphone glass currently available. Corning and Apple added nanoceramic crystals to the tempered glass to improve toughness. The result? All four new iPhone 12 models are four times more likely to survive accidental drops, according to Apple.
2) iPhone 12 features you won’t find on Android: MagSafe
Android smartphones have supported wireless charging for years … and Apple jumped on the bandwagon incredibly slowly. Now that wireless charging is built into every iPhone offered in the Apple Store, the US company is bringing some interesting novelties to the table. MagSafe, which gets its brand name from the trip-resistant magnetic charging cables that previously came with all MacBooks, leaves the wireless charging puck snap into place on the back of your iPhone. This ensures that the smartphone can’t get out of alignment with the charging coils after a few notifications, and means that you can pick up and use your iPhone while it is charging.
Of course, you can do all of this with a good old-fashioned cord. However, a charging cable isn’t great if you trip over it. This will make your iPhone 12 Pro fly around the room for 999 euros. That won’t happen with MagSafe. More interesting than charging is that Apple is already using MagSafe for a number of new accessories, including a lightweight card holder that sticks magnetically to the back of your handset and new cases that trigger custom animations that match the color of the accessory. Third parties are allowed to make their own MagSafe devices, so we’re likely to see a ton of interesting uses in the coming months – from car chargers to wallets and folios.
3) iPhone 12 features you won’t find on Android: A14 Bionic
While most of the flagship Android smartphones are powered by the newest and greatest US chip maker Qualcomm, Apple is developing its own processors. This has allowed the California-based company to focus on its priorities – battery life, speed, camera – versus a unified approach developed for devices from different manufacturers like the Snapdragon 865, and Apple’s approach seems to be really paying off in recent years because iPhones regularly crash Android phones with three times as much RAM in benchmark tests.
With the A14 Bionic, Apple is crashing its own MacBook Air models. The iPhone 12 series chipset is the first smartphone silicon based on a 5 nanometer process. In short, it means that all of the core components are pressed together on a tiny chip. This means that data can travel less far and less energy is consumed, which makes the smartphone faster and extends the battery life. This is a (very) simplified explanation, but all you really need to know is that A14 Bionic is a true beast.
It has the fastest CPU and GPU of up to 50 percent compared to the fastest competing smartphone chips. A14 Bionic also includes a 16-core neural engine designed to handle AI tasks that are done on the handset itself, such as: B. Identifying faces in the Photos app, suggesting iOS apps during the day based on your habits, and more.
According to Apple, the A14 Bionic has an 80 percent increase in performance and can perform 11 trillion operations per second. Android can’t keep up … until the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, which uses a chipset designed by Huawei with a 5 nm process, but won’t have access to YouTube, Google Maps or the Google Play Store in the coming weeks.
4) iPhone 12 features you won’t find on Android: Smart Data Mode
5G is clearly the future. This next generation mobile signal enables super fast downloads and lower latency. Better still, 5G smartphones don’t lose speed in a crowded area like a crowded soccer stadium, a sold out gig, or a festival – something that cannot be said for 4G. However, 5G can be some tax on battery life.
Most of the Android manufacturers have solved this problem by increasing the size of the battery cell. There’s no denying it, this works pretty well. However, Apple has taken a different approach to developing the “smallest and lightest” 5G smartphone in the world – the new iPhone 12 Mini, which will be launched in November.
The iPhone 12, known as Smart Data Mode, switches between 4G and 5G depending on how much bandwidth it needs. So, if you’re reading an email or long article – like this one – 4G speeds are likely to work just fine. Hence, Apple will quietly switch your iPhone 12 to this slower mobile technology and extend the battery life. However, if you want to get on the train to start the morning commute and download an entire season of a show on Netflix, the iPhone 12 connects to 5G in minutes and downloads hours of HD content.
5) iPhone 12 Features You Won’t Find on Android: Dolby Vision
If you’re a budding Hollywood director, the iPhone 12 will be the first device on the planet that can film and edit Dolby Vision HDR footage. Videos can be recorded at up to 60 frames per second – comfortably more than the 24 fps with which most blockbusters are filmed – and edited in the Photos app or in iMovie. The Dolby Vision rating is processed and maintained live thanks to the grunt of the A14 Bionic (see above) during editing. Apple’s professional editing software, Final Cut, will soon be updated to support Dolby Vision HDR, and you can already watch your latest movie on an Apple TV.
1) Android features you won’t find on iPhone 12: High refresh rate display
A staggering number of Android smartphones – at the same price as the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro and much cheaper – already offer an OLED display with a high refresh rate. For those who didn’t know until recently, most smartphone displays were 60Hz, which meant they updated the image 60 times a second. When you double this to 120Hz, the system animations become smoother, the stuttering stops scrolling, and fast-paced video games feel more responsive and much faster.
Unfortunately, Apple decided to keep the refresh rate at 60 Hz for the iPhone 12 series. It’s a shame Apple understands how brilliant 120Hz panels can be – the company pioneered the technology when it introduced it to the iPad Pro line up years ago. Given the shared “Pro” logo between this premium tablet and the iPhone 12 Pro, it seems strange that Apple at least didn’t include it in the € 999 smartphone.
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