Apple iPhone 11, iPhone SE (2020) gets extra marks after their cameras were re-tested

The increase in points means that the iPhone 11 cameras can no longer function as a test website and if you own it, there is no need to jump on the iPhone 12 bandwagon yet.

DxO Mark, one of the platforms that tests tests on smartphone cameras and installs them appropriately, recently reviewed its ratings and testing process. While some handset statistics have been updated to a new standard, many are still in the pipeline. The two most recently re-tested Apple iPhones at the new level were the iPhone 11 and iPhone SE (2020). And both were given extra marks.

According to the DxO Mark test, the iPhone 11, which was at the lowest rate of 109, has risen by 10 points and is now sitting at 119. 8 Pro and more. However, their scores are still based on previous testing and not new ones.

The increase in points means that the iPhone 11 cameras can no longer function as a test website and if you own it, there is no need to jump on the iPhone 12 bandwagon yet.

The iPhone SE (2020) went through the same testing process and found a bump in schools but not as high as it was in the case of the iPhone 11. Back in June, the new iPhone SE scored 101 points in total. However, after a new level of testing, the score reached 103.

Speaking of iPhone cameras, if you haven’t decided that you’ve got an iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro depending on camera performance? You might want to wait and get the iPhone 13. That’s because some predictions from reputable analysts and tipsters have come out on the iPhone 13 Pro camera. For themselves, the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max can get larger sensors, Sensor Shift tech and more openness for better clarity, a detailed shot.

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