Apple CEO Tim Cook recently admitted that the company uses Sony camera sensors in its iPhones. This news came as part of Cook’s supplier tour of Japan, during which he met with Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida and visited the Kumamoto facility. Cook tweeted about the partnership, thanking Sony for the collaboration and highlighting the fact that the two companies have been working together for over a decade to create the “world’s leading camera sensors” for the iPhone.

This admission is significant because it is rare for Apple to publicly acknowledge the use of other companies’ products in its devices. However, Sony is a well-respected camera brand, and it is not uncommon for tech companies to collaborate in order to create the best possible products. Sony’s camera sensors are also used in other smartphones and cameras, and are known for their quality and performance.

The interworkings of the tech industry can be complex, with different companies collaborating and contributing to the development of various products. It’s important to remember that the devices we use are the result of this collaboration, and that it’s possible to appreciate and enjoy the products of different brands, even if we have loyalties to certain companies.