To summarize, the two biggest differences between the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro are the camera and the storage options. That makes sense--the user that is willing to spring for the better camera system on the iPhone 12 Pro is also more likely to want to load up their phone with videos and photos. Thus, Apple’s inclusion of 128 GB of storage on the iPhone 12 Pro base model should be kept in mind when considering the starting prices of the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro. For the starting iPhone 12 Pro price, you’ll pay $999. The starting iPhone 12 price comes in at $200 cheaper--$799. But, since that base model iPhone 12 only gives you 64 GB of storage, a fairer comparison might be to look at the pricing for the 128 GB model of the iPhone 12. And that model is priced $50 higher, at $849. Suddenly, the iPhone 12 Pro vs iPhone 12 price difference doesn’t seem quite as significant, does it? As long as you think you’ll use the storage--and chances are, you eventually will--you really only are paying an extra $150 to get the iPhone 12 Pro over the closest configuration on iPhone 12. That may seem like a lot to pay just to get a better camera, and we admit that most users will do just fine with the iPhone 12--which is by far the most popular iPhone model. But some buyers also will no doubt appreciate the extra camera and better camera capabilities for low-light situations, zooming and HDR video recording of the iPhone 12 Pro.