International Business Times 

The interesting part of Wistron's confirmation is that it backs up previous reports pointing to wireless charging capabilities on the iPhone 8, which is expected to be released this fall. Read: iOS 11 Beta: 5 Features We're Excited To Use On The New iPhone Wistron expects to ship more units this year than last. "We will have lenses for [a] 3-D sensing [module used in smartphone] ready to ship in the second half this year," CEO Adam Lin told a press conference. Last month, it was reported LG Innotek, a unit of LG group, would supply 3D facial recognition modules for Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone.