DxOMark has officially released its camera review of the iPhone 14 Pro, in which the organization compliments the enhanced cameras’ colour reproduction, autofocus, dynamic range, and detail. Nonetheless, even if the new Apple flagship has surpassed the Honor Magic4 Ultimate Edition in terms of selfie-camera performance, it has yet to dethrone it.
When Apple launched the new model of iPhone, iPhone 14 the market, that mobile created a lot of ruckus. You must be aware of the DxOMark website, this is a very popular website, but despite the success of the iPhone 14, the iPhone was unable to come on the first number on the DxOMark website. After all, what was the reason that iPhone 14 could not rank at number one on DxOMark. There is a doubt in the minds of the people whether its operating system performance is not the reason for its failure.
DxOMark’s camera test results for the iPhone 14 Pro are now out, providing some insight into how its new 48MP primary shooter compares to its predecessor in the 13 Pro series. The new flagship (which also symbolises its Pro Max sister because they have the same specs) received mostly excellent comments for several of its upgraded features, including its color (including skin tone reproduction), zoom capabilities, detail, auto-focus, and bokeh effects.
The iPhone 14 Pro also received a new high score for stability, implying that DxOMark may not have been on TikTok with the phone or done the testing with the most recent software: iOS 16.0.2 is expected to address difficulties with third-party apps on the new high-end device.
DxOMark, on the other hand, found several flaws in the 14 Pro’s perceived failure to maintain continuous white balance across all lighting settings; the flagship also appeared to tend to display ringing around subjects in some scenarios, as well as some noise in indoor images.
As a result, the iPhone 14 Pro received a total score of 146 in our camera test, just behind the Honor Magic4 Ultimate with 147. However, the new Apple smartphone is presently ranked 145th in DxOMark’s selfie camera rankings, outperforming its 13 Pro predecessor, which was ranked #4 when it was released in 2021. Can the 14 Pro series perform similarly in our hands?