Have you listened to? The iPhone 6 is ACTUALLY LOUD

Yes, the iPhone 6 is really, really loud.
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You could consistently inform when it’s the day after a big Apple news day, due to the fact that we wind up creating and posting stories such as this … iClarified (through Cult of Mac) recently upgraded their sound degree examination for iPhones to bring in the iPhone 5c, 5s, 6 and 6 Plus. The results will come as not a surprise to anybody who owns among both newest apples iphone – the iPhone 6 is the loudest, at 105.4 dBA while the iPhone 6 Plus is available in second at 105.0 dBA.

The iClarified group discovered that the iPhone 6 is 10.1 dBA louder than the original 2G iPhone. Sound measurements are logarithmic, to ensure that means that the iPhone 6 has to do with two times as loud than the initial iPhone.

So, just how loud is that iPhone 6 when you have the speaker volume cranked to the max? That’s practically as loud as a power mower 3 feet away, and louder compared to a snow sled. NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Security and Wellness) tips state that you must be subjected to 100dBA noise levels for much less than 15 mins each day.

The moral of the story? Do not crank that iPhone 6 or 6 Plus speaker as much as the top degree as it could adversely impact your hearing.

For your edification, and to keep you from needing to check out a lot more short articles concerning Apple’s outstanding Q1 2015, here’s iClarified’s video clip about capturing the sound degree readings. Keep in mind that the place of the decibel meter varies relying on where the speaker is situated on a specific design of iPhone.

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