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Apple might continue using an 8MP camera for the iPhone 6

Word has it that Apple will continue to use an 8-megapixel sensor for its camera, albeit that there will be improvements in other departments. While the number of megapixels that are available in a particular camera sensor is not all that important these days, some folks do place plenty of emphasis on it.

Shares of Largan Precision Co. (大立光) tumbled dramatically during trading yesterday, bottoming out after a near 7-percent drop shortly after noon as disappointed investors reacted to rumors that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 handset would not be upgraded with a 13 megapixel (MP) camera. The mobile device camera supplier’s shares closed at NT$1,135 after rebounding from its intraday low of NT$1,105, losing NT$45, or 3.81 percent.

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