Apple unveiled its latest iPhone model Tuesday, and it'll feature a better camera than before as well as a fingerprint scanner for security.
The new version of the device, called the iPhone 5S, will feature a camera with a larger sensor than before for higher-quality images. It will also use two LED lights for its flash.
Besides hardware improvements, the camera will also be able to shoot in more modes than before.
IPhone 5S users will be able to shoot in burst mode, to take multiple pictures in rapid succession. The new camera will also shoot in slow motion. An icon for the new feature shows it will shoot at 120 frames per second.
The iPhone 5S has also been outfitted with a "Touch ID." The feature uses a sensor within the device's home button to scan users' fingerprints before letting them use the device.
Rather than entering a number combination, users will now be able to simply touch their device and be identifed to unlock their phone.
The iPhone 5S goes on sale Sept. 20. It starts at $199 with a two-year contract.