iPhone 13 Pro review: attention to detail

The Apple iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max are here with 120Hz high refresh rate displays, A15 Bionic processors, and all-new cameras. At a glance, the iPhone 13 Pro shares the bulk of its design with its predecessor, the iPhone 12 Pro. When you look closer, it’s the details that start to show the full story with this year’s Apple flagship. Starting at $999 and $1,099, respectively, are the details enough to warrant an upgrade?

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46 thoughts on “iPhone 13 Pro review: attention to detail”

  1. Weird question but could anyone tell me what trucker jacket he’s wearing? I got one that looks EXACTLY like it but it’s so loose. I’m just wondering if I need to size down or if his jacket is a different fit

    Edit: regardless, I got the iPhone 13 Pro and this review is pretty spot on

  2. 4:50 “this sensor can take in a ridiculous amount of light” bro any dslr camera will have a bigger sensor than that. And be cheaper. And have more manual control. Phones aren’t good enough for proper photo and video yet and I don’t believe they ever will be.

  3. Hi, I want to understand apple’s approach towards the progress for camera improvement features what exactly the benchmark apple has set for the last level.

  4. I don't know what's so "Pro" about a phone camera that does everything for you but hey that's the new marketing scheme for the average consumer 🤷🏻‍♀️

  5. 10:03 "One thing to keep in mind with the telephoto lens is that going up to 3x (77mm) means that it now takes in just a little less light."

    This is a feature in all photography… The more you zoom in, the less light you'll take in. But Jeesum… An f/2.8 in a 77mm lens? That's not too shabby because you have to spend $300 for a prime lens to get f/1.4, akin to the wide lens in the iPhone. But you have a fixed focal length along with that prime lens. Even kit lenses that come with DSLRs have a variable maximum aperture depending on how much you zoom in.

  6. As a network engineer, the macro camera is pretty useful to me since I almost everyday need to take a picture of a serial number or physical ports for a server/switches/routers or something that is so small. So freakin helpful!

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