iPhone 14 Audio DXOMARK test scored 141 points

According to the latest DXOMARK report, the newly launched iPhone 14 scored a total audio score of 141 and you will be glad to know that the iPhone 14 ranked tenth on the DXOMARK audio test list. Also, the iPhone 14 surpasses the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro Max and 13 Pro Max.

The audio playback score is 144, ranking 10th in the DXOMARK global audio rankings. Apple always brings its next-generation iPhones with greater capability. Especially in terms of readability, it can be said that it really stands out and deserves the top spot.

iPhone 14 A new main camera and improved image processing let you capture even more sensational shots in all kinds of light — especially low light. The video experience is also great: contrast and detail are very natural when watching HDR video, and rendering is very realistic in low light; frame loss is almost invisible when playing video games.

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  • Good performance in all attributes, with great consistency across them
  • Great timbre performance overall, enriched by a deep low-end extension
  • Great dynamics performance overall
  • Very good spatial performance


  • Distortion and compression at maximum volume and when watching movies
  • Stereo is still inverted in the music app, as in all iPhones



  • Good timbre performance overall
  • Good performance when recording loud content such as concerts
  • Good dynamics performance
  • Good handling of artifacts overall. Wind noise reduction needs some fine-tuning but it works decently


  • Midrange rendition is too dependent on the use case and can sound either canny or nasal depending on the app and use case
  • SNR could be greater, as the main vocal content is often a bit masked by the ambient noise
  • Poor audio zoom performance
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