Apple finally released the iPhone 12 flagship several days ago in four variants, and it marked the arrival of the Cupertino-based company on the 5G field. The four versions of the iPhone 12 are: the standard iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The iPhone 12 phone is also worthy of being a flagship for the A14 Bionic chipset that it harbors, which is also made by Apple. The previous A13 Bionic was arguably the best processor for smartphones, and it can only mean that A14 is taking things at an even newer level. But the good news is far from over!
Don’t miss iPhone 12’s upgraded hotspot mode
The iPhone 12 lineup features an upgraded hotspot mode capable of supporting 5GHz Wi-Fi connectivity. Until the iPhone 12 flagship, the connection could be made to both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, while hotspot duties were limited to the first one.
The feature’s description writes:
“Internet performance may be reduced for devices connected to your hotspot when turned on.”
The following steps are also mentioned:
“1. Choose ‘iPhone 12 Pro’ from the Wi-Fi settings on your computer or other device.
Enter the password when prompted.”
The 5G technology is a growing phenomenon, and the new feature will benefit those users who have gadgets capable of that revolutionizing connectivity. iPhone 12 also brings IP68 resistance for dust and water, powerful cameras, a Super Retina XDR OLED display of 6.1 inches, and a lot more.
The online retailer SellCell conducted a pre-launch survey for those owning iPhones and who live in the US. While 2,558 people were asked if they would switch to the iPhone 12 flagship, they responded as follows: 34% wouldn’t do it, 41% of them would make the upgrade, while 25% just responded with ‘maybe’.