We’re 99.99% sure that a new iPhone is coming this summer, in June to be more precise, even if it won’t be announced by Steve Jobs. The question is whether the handset will incorporate a 3.2 megapixel camera or not, plus all the features that recently surfaced online, fueled by all sorts of component acquisition-related rumours.


These rumours claim that TSCM (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) has already ordered new iPhone components, stuff like GSM/EDGE power amplifiers, Bluetooth chips and more importantly a 3.2 megapixel OmniVision CMOS camera sensors.

Such a camera will even fit the latest iPhone concepts, also packing 3.2 megapixel sensors, so we won’t be surprised if the new iPhone looks just like the analysts predicted.

[via Uberphones]

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