Just like the iPhone 13 line, the iPhone 13 Pro looks similar to the previous generation with the exception of a smaller Face ID notch. It uses the same A15 Bionic processor.
One of the biggest changes is a new ProMotion display that can shift from 10 to 120HZ depending on the content on screen.
The three-lens rear camera system has also been substantially upgraded for better low-light capture. And for the first time, all three lenses will also offer Night Mode. There will also be a new Macro mode to capture images from just 2cm away.
For better image capture, you can now also use the Photographic Styles feature to customize how you shoot.
Videographers can also take advantage of the Cinematic Mode and both Pro models.
Both of the Pro handsets also sport better battery life than the previous iPhone 12 Pro models.
The iPhone 13 Pro starts at $999. You can select from a Sierra blue, gold, silver, or graphite version.
All of the new models will be available to preorder starting Friday. They will arrive the following Friday, September 24.