Apple's newest smartphone on the block -- the iPhone 5S -- packs a photographic punch in comparison to its predecessors. CNET Digital Imaging Senior Editor Lori Grunin breaks down all , leaving only one photography-related matter on the table: sample pictures.
What good are megapixels, a larger aperture size, and all that other mumbo jumbo if they don't produce good results? Thankfully, Apple provided a big handful of sample pictures (including a panorama and True Tone dual LED flash) taken with the iPhone 5S for your viewing -- and judgment.
Additionally, you won't want to miss Grunin's expert thoughts on a few flaws seen in the following gallery of pictures from the iPhone 5S camera, which, at an iPhone event Tuesday, Apple Marketing SVP Phil Schiller described as "dSLR-level stuff."
There's little doubt that the iPhone 5S camera excels over the iPhone 5, especially if you look back at our previous gallery of.