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According to DxOMark, which does in-depth testing and reviews of camera sensors, lenses and phone cameras, the 10th-anniversary iPhone hit a score of 101 for its photo quality. That score just barely bests the still image scores for the and that were tied at 100.
However, its results for video performance show Apple still has room for improvement. With a sub-score of 89 for video, its overall score averaged 97, matching the Huawei Mate 10 in the current DxOMark Mobile overall rankings. That’s just behind thewith 98 points.