IPhone 2010 Will Have 5MP Camera, Launch At WWDC 2010?

Posted: Dec 23 2009, 9:58am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:00am CDT , in Rumors


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That's the scuttlebutt from Digitimes via 9to5mac at least. They've received word from some Taiwanese sources that a new iPhone, complete with a 5 MP camera, is heading our way in June 2010. Its release could coincide with the WWDC 2010 conference. While none of this has been confirmed yet, these rumors aren't exactly controversial. Apple's released a new iPhone every summer since the 2G came out, there is no sane reason for them to stop now. OmniVision is expected to be the company that provides the 5 MP cameras. They already make the 3.2 MP cameras for the 3GS, so this will come as no great surprise if true. In fact, OmniVision shipped 65 million image capture sensors to Apple this year. They expect another 40-45 million iPhones alone to ship in 2010, which would make it a very good year for the Taiwanese company.While betting on the iPhone is usually pretty safe, 2010 could shape up to be the device's most difficult year yet. More high-quality smartphones are out on the market than ever before. The Motorola Droid, the Nexus One, the Pre and the Pixi...and that's not counting all the OTHER smartphones set to launch between then and now. This summer, Apple might have a real fight on their hands.
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