Apple just gave its potential buyers more choice than ever with its iPhone 12. The iPhone 12 which was recently released a few years back, comes after the iPhone 11 Pro and has better features than the iPhone 11 pro. The iPhone 12 has a faster processor, 5G connectivity, a larger screen with better shatter resistance, Night mode for the UW camera, Dolby Vision video recording, MagSafe support, and the new LiDAR. The iPhone 12 was highly anticipated and Apple didn’t fail with the new designs.

The iPhone 12 came with the iconic design of the iPhone 4 and 5. So I guess that the iPhone 12 series will be remembered by its users for this redesign rather than for introducing highly advertised features like 5G.

The new screen glass of the iPhone 12 is, reportedly, 4x times more resilient to shattering than the iPhone 11’s, and that’s all thanks to the Ceramic Shield glass with added microscopic ceramic crystals that have made the iPhone 12 screen glass tougher. Apple didn’t bring the rumored high refresh rate screen which left a lot of its iPhone 12 users disappointed. But this will barely be a deal-breaker for an individual who is already locked into the iOS ecosystem or is still using an older device with a 60Hz refresh rate by another manufacturer.

If you are arriving from the Android camp, where even mid-rangers already have high refresh rate displays in 2020, the fact that the expensive iPhones don’t have that will sting a little. Well, we’d have to wait for the newer versions of the iPhone series. You can purchase the iPhone 12 at any online store like Jumia, Konga, and Slot, and have it delivered to your doorstep.


What is the price of the iPhone 12?

The iPhone is very pricey but will be worth your money. Its sleek new designs and specifications will have you enjoying all the money you spent to the last dime. The iPhone 12 is still relatively new, so the iPhone 12 price in Nigeria is still high for some Nigerian iPhone users, however, that wouldn’t deter someone determined to get the smartphone. The iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 13, and 13 Pro, are the recently released iOS smartphones from Apple but have managed to take a permanent spot in the hearts of Nigerians who can afford them.

If you happen to fall into the category of people who can afford to buy it, here’s a price list for you from online retail stores like Jumia, Konga, and Slot.

Jumia: N375, 000 – N475, 000

SLOT: N370, 000 – N455, 000

Konga: N370, 000 – N429, 000


iPhone 12 Specification

See the full specifications of the iPhone 12 below:

Display: 6.1-inch with a Super Retina XDR display with True Tone.

Memory: 4GB + 128GB

(Rain, Splash, Water, and Dust) Resistant: All-glass and surgical-grade perfect steel design, splash, water, rain, and dust resistant (rated IP68)

Camera and Video: It has a Dual 12MP camera with Portrait mode, Depth Control, Portrait Lighting, Smart HDR, and 4K Dolby Vision HDR video up to 30 fps

(Front Camera) 12MP TrueDepth, front camera with Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting, Smart HDR 3, and Depth Control.

Power and Battery: Video playback: Up to 17 hours; Video playback (streamed): Up to 11 hours; Audio playback: Up to 65 hours; Fast-charge capable: Up to 50% charge in approximately 30 minutes with a 20W adapter or bigger.


The perks of the iPhone 12 are many. From the large storage space to the long-lasting battery, the phone is good. You can buy the iPhone 12 at any phone retail store, or online on Jumia, Konga and Slot and have it delivered to you at your convenience.