The iPhone 7 achieves an overall DxOMark Mobile Score of 86. That’s better than Apple’s previous best score of 84 for the iPhone 6s Plus and 82 for the iPhone 6s. Its improved Texture performance is likely related to the new lens design, while its lower noise score shows the effect of its faster lens and improved image processing chip (ISP). Artifacts are also greatly reduced, thanks no doubt to the upgraded ISP.
DxOMark says the iPhone 7 offers a visible improvement in image quality over the iPhone 6s Plus which scored 84. The iPhone 7 provides great exposures with wide dynamic range, accurate white balance and color rendering, as well as good detail preservation when shooting outdoors in bright conditions.
Weaknesses include the loss of very fine detail, some focusing irregularities in all lighting conditions, and visible luminance noise in low light. The video score for the iPhone 7 was slightly lower at 85 points.
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