Apple iPhone 12 Pro, 128GB, Gold – Fully Unlocked (Renewed)

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30 reviews for Apple iPhone 12 Pro, 128GB, Gold – Fully Unlocked (Renewed)

  1. Jennifer T.

    This phone would have been perfect had it been unlocked for my use with ATT. It was in perfect condition and so flawless. I’m sick that I couldn’t keep it. Whoever has Verizon will love this particular device. Truly a beautiful phone.

  2. Jennifer T.

    This phone would have been perfect had it been unlocked for my use with ATT. It was in perfect condition and so flawless. I’m sick that I couldn’t keep it. Whoever has Verizon will love this particular device. Truly a beautiful phone.

  3. Samantha Dang

    The battery was bad, it took longer time to charge and running out battery so fast. It didn’t happen like that with my old phone so I can tell the different.

  4. Samantha Dang

    The battery was bad, it took longer time to charge and running out battery so fast. It didn’t happen like that with my old phone so I can tell the different.

  5. Sasha-Gayle Douglas

    It’s dope it’s perfect it’s came fully unlocked I got to put my SIM card in✊🏿I’m in love with it delivered faster than it said.

  6. Sasha-Gayle Douglas

    It’s dope it’s perfect it’s came fully unlocked I got to put my SIM card in✊🏿I’m in love with it delivered faster than it said.

  7. C

    Most Notable changes from iPhone 12 to iPhone 13:-Thicker/Heavier: 174g, previously 164g-A15 Chip: previously A14 Chip-Battery: 3240 mAh, previously 2815 mAh-Brightness: 800 nits, previously 625 nits-Storage: 128/256/512GB, previously 64/128/256GB-Cameras: New/bigger sensors allow for more light capture/detail, New Photographic Styles and Cinematic Video effects.The camera notch at the top is also noticeably smaller on the iPhone 13.Opinions so far:This iPhone 13 seems very similar to the iPhone 12. After using it for a few days, I can’t say that there is anything dramatically different about this version compared to the iPhone 12. It feels slightly heavier, the screen is a bit brighter, the cameras seem to do a slightly better job in low light situations (sometimes), and it can shoot Cinematic Video, although I’ve had mixed results with that feature. The new chip should be faster, and the bigger battery should last slightly longer; but I haven’t really noticed much of a difference in either of those categories with my daily use so far.I can’t really see a compelling reason to upgrade from the iPhone 12 at the moment. If you are looking for a more noticeable upgrade, you might want to check out the Pro versions, as the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max have 120 Hz refresh rate screens that really stand out to me; and combined with the better cameras and extra GPU in the Pros, those might be worth the extra cost to you.

  8. Englishboy

    Got one this morning. It was a hassle. I’d pass.

  9. C

    Most Notable changes from iPhone 12 to iPhone 13:-Thicker/Heavier: 174g, previously 164g-A15 Chip: previously A14 Chip-Battery: 3240 mAh, previously 2815 mAh-Brightness: 800 nits, previously 625 nits-Storage: 128/256/512GB, previously 64/128/256GB-Cameras: New/bigger sensors allow for more light capture/detail, New Photographic Styles and Cinematic Video effects.The camera notch at the top is also noticeably smaller on the iPhone 13.Opinions so far:This iPhone 13 seems very similar to the iPhone 12. After using it for a few days, I can’t say that there is anything dramatically different about this version compared to the iPhone 12. It feels slightly heavier, the screen is a bit brighter, the cameras seem to do a slightly better job in low light situations (sometimes), and it can shoot Cinematic Video, although I’ve had mixed results with that feature. The new chip should be faster, and the bigger battery should last slightly longer; but I haven’t really noticed much of a difference in either of those categories with my daily use so far.I can’t really see a compelling reason to upgrade from the iPhone 12 at the moment. If you are looking for a more noticeable upgrade, you might want to check out the Pro versions, as the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max have 120 Hz refresh rate screens that really stand out to me; and combined with the better cameras and extra GPU in the Pros, those might be worth the extra cost to you.

  10. Englishboy

    Got one this morning. It was a hassle. I’d pass.

  11. C

    Most Notable changes from iPhone 12 to iPhone 13:-Thicker/Heavier: 174g, previously 164g-A15 Chip: previously A14 Chip-Battery: 3240 mAh, previously 2815 mAh-Brightness: 800 nits, previously 625 nits-Storage: 128/256/512GB, previously 64/128/256GB-Cameras: New/bigger sensors allow for more light capture/detail, New Photographic Styles and Cinematic Video effects.The camera notch at the top is also noticeably smaller on the iPhone 13.Opinions so far:This iPhone 13 seems very similar to the iPhone 12. After using it for a few days, I can’t say that there is anything dramatically different about this version compared to the iPhone 12. It feels slightly heavier, the screen is a bit brighter, the cameras seem to do a slightly better job in low light situations (sometimes), and it can shoot Cinematic Video, although I’ve had mixed results with that feature. The new chip should be faster, and the bigger battery should last slightly longer; but I haven’t really noticed much of a difference in either of those categories with my daily use so far.I can’t really see a compelling reason to upgrade from the iPhone 12 at the moment. If you are looking for a more noticeable upgrade, you might want to check out the Pro versions, as the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max have 120 Hz refresh rate screens that really stand out to me; and combined with the better cameras and extra GPU in the Pros, those might be worth the extra cost to you.

  12. rmp

    The new mini is perfect for those who don’t want a monstrosity in their pocket. It’s a great size to use one handed. You are able to use your thumb to hit every part of the screen. The mini has great performance, bright display and updated camera from last year. Battery life is also much better.

  13. rmp

    The new mini is perfect for those who don’t want a monstrosity in their pocket. It’s a great size to use one handed. You are able to use your thumb to hit every part of the screen. The mini has great performance, bright display and updated camera from last year. Battery life is also much better.

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  16. Angel Salguero

    The new iPhone 13 it’s a bit better than the previous phone and it’s worth the price. The iPhone 13 has more up than down. The iPhone 13 has a good life battery which can last you eight continuous hours, a better camera and a brighter display. It’s charging is very slow, it takes 30 minutes to get up to 50 percent , cinematic mode only goes up to 1080p and lacks 120Hz display.

  17. Angel Salguero

    The new iPhone 13 it’s a bit better than the previous phone and it’s worth the price. The iPhone 13 has more up than down. The iPhone 13 has a good life battery which can last you eight continuous hours, a better camera and a brighter display. It’s charging is very slow, it takes 30 minutes to get up to 50 percent , cinematic mode only goes up to 1080p and lacks 120Hz display.

  18. Noor

    Battery life is amazing, one charge over night and it’s alive all day, the camera is definitely better quality. The audio is very loud which is a good thing. The only problem is that I’ve only had the phone for like 5 days and it’s been freezing on me sometimes which is definitely worrisome

  19. Shymaine Truzy

    Not even working properly

  20. Shymaine Truzy

    Not even working properly

  21. Jif Bozos is a dush face

    Not a verified buyer as i purchased the model 13 from the my phone carrier. i only purchased as i was being forced to upgrade my model 6 which had served me faithfully for 7 years. at least i did get a $200 rebate off the regular price.Pro’s- decent storage options- battery life is noticeable better (though my battery was on its last legs)Con’s:- if you’re not used to it, the notch is as bad as it appears despite being smaller. so much for aesthetics, crapple- color selection is abysmal – they look gross, fake and cheap compared to the high end color selection. i went with midnight (black). it really looks like a faded navy blue- face id is joke, touch id was better- no home button, the swipe function to exit apps is garbage- no headphone jack (had for 9 plus years)- you get a usb to c connector, which means you have A. buy the new 20W block to fit your cable ($20 or more) , B. reuse your old 5W block w/ USB to lighting cable if you have it or C. buy the USB to C and the 5W block (to bilk your wallet of more $) France isn’t allowing this to happen-no headphone which means one has to: A buy bluetooth enabled ones, B buy a cheap dongle attachment. or C buy a set with a lightning connector (to bilk your wallet of more $)- have to disable and remove a lot of Windows style bloatware and disable locations service and lame azzed Siri and other non-useful standard functions.all in all, newer is not better, I sure do miss my model 6!

  22. Jagnarine Singh

    100% the phone is good but the network cricket wireless please please it’s not good don’t go through doctor Carrier it’s a really bad service I live in Minneapolis and I’m getting

  23. Trini

    Phone is great, Amazon + Cricket subscription didn’t work at all for me. Amazon ended up refunding the 55$ for the value plan since Cricket representatives had 0 idea what I was talking about. 5 stars for Amazon delivering such a good deal on the 13 though since it’s selling new in box on eBay for 1000+.

  24. Leo

    Alright so I took a leap of faith after reading the reviews saying that this specific phone was a “Fake” and that it freezes. I personally haven’t encountered any issues with freezing, it isn’t a fake iphone either. People are just ignorant or something.LETS TALK ABOUT TO THE PROSScreen quality and build quality is amazing. Colors pop out and look fantastic. Camera detail in the photos are a really great. The 120hz refresh rate on the screen is in fact very noticeable when using it compared to an older model like the 10 or even 11. This is an absolute upgrade from those models. The pro max is a bit on the heavier side but you’ll get used to it. I also already had cricket previously so i just slapped the same sim card and it worked with zero problems. zero hardware/software issues with new the iOSLETS TALK ABOUT THE CONSPrice for some people may scare them off, but it’s apple. This is to be expected.The shiny metallic sides are finger print magnets and it can be obnoxious. Just get a clear case and don’t stress over it.

  25. Squidslinger

    Coming from a 1st gen SE, the improvements are very visible. It handles everything I throw at it. Never realized how dated the SE was until I got the 13 mini. However, I wouldn’t say it is overwhelmingly impressive.Originally I wanted a 12 Pro or 13 Pro due to the higher RAM in those at 6GB. Had to settle for this mini because of inventory shortage. Used 12s exist but I won’t get something refurbished outside of Apple.The form factor of the mini is perfect for me but having 4GB RAM in this mini is disappointing. Longevity concerns are there. Apple is good with RAM use but eventually it will be a thing. I’ve seen it happen in the past with iPads, iPods, and that SE. RAM matters if you don’t want to buy again for a long time.Battery drain is not terrible but it is there. Definitely felt my SE was better with drain. Can’t imagine how bad the 12 mini was if this is improved from that. Regular 13 must be better here.The lack of a charger is noticeable. Using old chargers are a bit slow. Would have been nice to have an actual decent power one with this.Also lack of headphone port is an irritant. Got an adapter but, it’s a needless expense. Don’t like Bluetooth stuff. Had some in the past give me headaches when using. Don’t trust it.Overall I like it. Probably get a solid 5+ years out of it which is the primary reason to go Apple. Better support. But, just kinda feel this 13 mini is a tad underwhelming. If you need this form factor, get it. But if you can go bigger, go Pro. Sadly the Pro colors are blech compared to the 12s but, specs will be better.

  26. Squidslinger

    Coming from a 1st gen SE, the improvements are very visible. It handles everything I throw at it. Never realized how dated the SE was until I got the 13 mini. However, I wouldn’t say it is overwhelmingly impressive.Originally I wanted a 12 Pro or 13 Pro due to the higher RAM in those at 6GB. Had to settle for this mini because of inventory shortage. Used 12s exist but I won’t get something refurbished outside of Apple.The form factor of the mini is perfect for me but having 4GB RAM in this mini is disappointing. Longevity concerns are there. Apple is good with RAM use but eventually it will be a thing. I’ve seen it happen in the past with iPads, iPods, and that SE. RAM matters if you don’t want to buy again for a long time.Battery drain is not terrible but it is there. Definitely felt my SE was better with drain. Can’t imagine how bad the 12 mini was if this is improved from that. Regular 13 must be better here.The lack of a charger is noticeable. Using old chargers are a bit slow. Would have been nice to have an actual decent power one with this.Also lack of headphone port is an irritant. Got an adapter but, it’s a needless expense. Don’t like Bluetooth stuff. Had some in the past give me headaches when using. Don’t trust it.Overall I like it. Probably get a solid 5+ years out of it which is the primary reason to go Apple. Better support. But, just kinda feel this 13 mini is a tad underwhelming. If you need this form factor, get it. But if you can go bigger, go Pro. Sadly the Pro colors are blech compared to the 12s but, specs will be better.

  27. TwinkleBat

    The phone stalls and stutters like a dying transmission. Apple really let quality drop, makes sense with covid but for the price tag you’d expect better, honestly.

  28. TwinkleBat

    The phone stalls and stutters like a dying transmission. Apple really let quality drop, makes sense with covid but for the price tag you’d expect better, honestly.

  29. Leifage

    I’m new to iPhone and 5G.Pro for this Mini-13: It’s small and lightweight.Pro: It takes good photographs.Pro: I can now Facetime w/my daughters (they’re iPhone aficionados).Con: I don’t see any advantage of 5G (I understand that’s not necessarily Apple’s fault). If anything my connection at home is worse than it’s ever been — and I’m paying more for that!Con: Placing the cursor is difficult, much more difficult than on my previous Androids (Kyocera & LG).Con: I cannot set different volumes for my ringer and my notifications.I’m putting up with the cons for now because I have no choice for the next two years. Thanks for reading.

  30. Leifage

    I’m new to iPhone and 5G.Pro for this Mini-13: It’s small and lightweight.Pro: It takes good photographs.Pro: I can now Facetime w/my daughters (they’re iPhone aficionados).Con: I don’t see any advantage of 5G (I understand that’s not necessarily Apple’s fault). If anything my connection at home is worse than it’s ever been — and I’m paying more for that!Con: Placing the cursor is difficult, much more difficult than on my previous Androids (Kyocera & LG).Con: I cannot set different volumes for my ringer and my notifications.I’m putting up with the cons for now because I have no choice for the next two years. Thanks for reading.

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