iPhone 14 Pro has many modifications to its camera system that has led to celestial thoughts, including a 48-megapixel sensor and Apple's new image-processing technique called the Photonic Engine.
This instantly gives the iPhone 14 Pro an edge over last year's iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, at least on paper.
I compared the cameras on both phones in several challenging conditions around San Francisco to find out.
All these photos were taken in the default camera app on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro, both operating the new version of iOS 16.
You can learn more about precise modifications to the iPhone 14 Pro's camera system in this deep dive by my colleague Stephen Shankland
CNET's Patrick Holland also has a superb examination of the iPhone 14 Pro's photos and how the Photonic Engine helps improve photo quality in challenging lighting conditions.
On the hardware front, the largest change between the two phones is the 14 Pro's new 48-megapixel sensor on the main wide camera,
which is physically larger than the older iPhone, which makes a great disparity with the growth in photo quality Megapixels.