An official word from Apple on the authenticity of the report doing rounds on the internet is yet to come.
Apple has reportedly come up with an enhanced version of Force Touch technology called 3D Touch Display for its upcoming iPhones.
According to 9to5Mac, the feature supposedly making its debut on the 6S and quite possibly the 6S Plus will have the ability to sense and interpret three different kinds of inputs depending on the level of pressure applied, i.e. a tap, an ordinary press, or a deep press.
It sure does sound great and opens up a world of endless possibilities, especially for game developers, but before that, the company faces the challenge of explain the use and capability of 3D Touch Display to users and developers alike.
Force Touch debuted on Apple MacBook notebooks earlier this year, followed by its arrival on Apple Watch. This, however, is the first time that the tech giant is bringing this particular technology to its flagship phone.
According to unconfirmed reports, the feature will also be making its debut on tablets with the iPad Pro.
The good thing is that you won’t have to wait too long for the suspense to end as the Apple event is just around the corner.
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