iPhone 12 Mini / iPhone 12 Pro Max: Road Trip Review

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The middle of the road is where most folks find their mobile phone ideal, but Michael Fisher? That guy tends to track toward the extremes.

Last time I waded into the waters of iOS, it was to test the iPhone 12 Pro’s cameras in Philadelphia PA on the previous episode of my “Road Trip Review” series … a wild adventure from the midday cheesesteak to the midnight margaritas. Today, I’m taking its cousins –the iPhone 12 mini and the iPhone 12 Pro Max– on a similar journey to a very different destination: the most nautical of all New England towns. Join MrMobile on an adventure to Mystic Connecticut, shot through the cameras of the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max, on the latest Road Trip Review!




MrMobile’s iPhone 12 mini / iPhone 12 Pro Max Road Trip Review was produced on location in Mystic, CT with David Cogen of TheUnlockr and Andrew Martonik of Digital Trends. Retail devices purchased by MrMobile/Future Plc, running production software.

MrMobile does not accept compensation from the manufacturers of the products he reviews in exchange for coverage; no payment was provided and no manufacturer or carrier was afforded a preview or copy approval rights concerning this content. The lone sponsor of the iPhone 12 mini / iPhone 12 Pro Max Road Trip Review is SellCell.com.

Special thanks to David Cogen and Andrew Martonik for videography, logistical support and arguments about Rupert Holmes songs over dinner. Format inspired by the “Real World Test” series of mobile tech vlogs by TheUnlockr.


Apple iPhone 12 mini Real World Test [TheUnlockr]:

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max review: The camera you want, in a size you can’t handle [Digital Trends]: https://www.digitaltrends.com/cell-phone-reviews/apple-iphone-12-pro-max-review/

iPhone 12 mini Review: It’s all I’ve ever wanted in a tiny iPhone [iMore]:

Camera head to head: Lumia 950 XL vs Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max [All About Windows Phone]:

Titanic: Adventure Out of Time – PC Game Review [PushingUpRoses]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZrpE_V_u6s





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32 thoughts on “iPhone 12 Mini / iPhone 12 Pro Max: Road Trip Review”

  1. Got a 12 pro max and very satisfied with it the battery life is still amazing still fast the camera still does great and it’s still fast I’m in no hurry to get rid of it my battery health is at 96% and I’ve had this phone since July

  2. I haven't been attracted to Apple since the I phone 4 when the droids were still getting it together. Still to this day I love my android.
    Watching on note ten plus.

  3. This guy is so awesome and fun to watch. Also, incredibly attractive but that’s another subject, lol. Great video and amazing channel.

  4. …Most of us have camera needs that won't even come close to what the 12 Max (or even the 12 Mini) can offer (That's why so many know someone within their group sporting a Pixel), but it is nice to know such features are there for those (such as Mr. Mobile himself) to access whenever they should be needed…

  5. I love the shiny mirror finish on the sides of the Max… but I kinda don’t love the square sides. I used both iPhones with squared and rounded sides at this size as my daily driver, and I much prefer the rounded sides. Please bring them back Apple, even just on one model.

  6. I'm pretty sure the 12 Max doesn't use the telephoto sensor for video when you zoom in. At least in the clips you showed, quality is much worse when zoomed in.

  7. I kinda wished all of your reviews were road trip reviews. Honestly enjoy them so much more than the normal reviews since it's actually what I would use a phone for. Any other time my phone's just on my desk, chilling.

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