Connectivity And Performance
At last, Apple has caught up to other phone makers when it comes to offering high-speed 5G mobile connectivity. Both the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max support 5G—and in fact, they support both of the major types of 5G. I.e., the phones support sub-6GHz 5G connectivity--which is the more widely available 5G variant—as well as the higher-speed 5G service, known as mmWave (which stands for millimeter-wave).
On performance, there shouldn’t be much of a difference between the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max. Both use the same speedy processor, Apple’s six-core A14 Bionic processor (which Apple has said can achieve up to 50-percent faster speeds than competitors). Both of the iPhone 12 Pro models also reportedly come with 6 GB of RAM. Benchmark results gathered using Geekbench 5 showed only a slight performance advantage for the iPhone 12 Pro Max on multi-core tasks, and virtually the same performance results for the 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max on single-core tasks.