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Apple supplier Finisar to scale VCSEL production, suggests Face ID coming to all iPhones in 2018

Apple's second largest supplier of vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) arrays, Finisar, announced the acquisition of a 700,000-square foot plant on Thursday, a move that suggests TrueDepth and Face ID are coming to all iPhones in 2018.
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