www.theverge.com - 1 year ago

Here's what 3D Touch can do on the iPhone 6S

The new cameras on the iPhone 6S are nice, but the biggest technical innovation Apple crammed into the thing is the screen. Actually, it's just underneath the screen: the sensors that enable 3D Touch. If you haven't been following, 3D Touch is Apple's branding for the new pressure sensitivity feature on the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. But where we've seen pressure sensitivity mostly used on drawing apps before, Apple has built its software to support it directly in the UI. Press a little harder and things start happening. It's like Force Touch on the Apple Watch and the newer MacBooks, but now it's on the most popular device Apple sells.

It sounds like a gimmick, honestly, but the truth is it's not. When you use it, you quickly realize that...

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