An article on Cnet.com says Sony CEO Howard Stringer may have made a gaff after revealing that Sony was supplying image sensors to Apple.
During a Wall Street Journal interview, Stringer was discussing how Japan's earthquake and tsunami affected production when he commented that their best image sensors would be delayed in their delivery to Apple.
At this time, Sony equipment is not known to be used as the camera in any Apple products. It has been rumored that Apple was planning to switch to Sony for the iPhone 5 camera, a rumor that the Sony CEO may have just confirmed.
For more info, read the story on Cnet.com.