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Viavi Slips: ’3-D Sensing’ Revenue Tilted Toward Back Half of Year

Rumored Apple iPhone supplier Viavi Solutions missed with its outlook for this quarter, saying revenue from newer "3-D Sensing" applications of optical filters will be tilted toward the latter part of its fiscal year, which may have to do with rumored delays in ramping the next iPhone.
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