The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have one unique feature that set them apart from other iOS devices, a new interaction model that will likely become the new norm for iPhones and iPads henceforward. Called 3D Touch, the new technology can sense pressure differences for screen touches and taps and enable certain shortcuts that make iOS 9 navigation even faster and more enjoyable.
People who have owned iPhones in the past will immediately appreciate what 3D Touch can do – and third-party developers have yet to take advantage of the feature – while new iPhone buyers will just get used to iOS complete with 3D Touch integration. Like any iOS setting, 3D Touch can be customized and even turned off if need be. More →