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In an interview at Carnegie Hall with Sony’s CEO Howard Stringer, he eneded up giving in some details over the much anticipated iPhone 5. Howard said that the upcoming iPhone 5 will have an 8MP digital camera with a sensor that is made by Sony. However he did not directly indicate this but made many comments that led us to strongly believe that the new iPhone 5 will have an 8MP camera. Howard was commenting on the irony of the best camera that Apple devices have were made by Sony.
He also mentioned that Sony’s camera sensor factor in Sendai was shut down due to the earthquake which will eventually delay the release date of the iPhone 5. The only thing the CEO revealed that the damaged factory was shutdown which was apparently making the best camera sensors for Apple. But speculation is that this shutdown is going to delay the launch of the iPhone 5 even more.