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3D Touch

3D Touch Android

3D Touch functionality could hit Android devices as soon as 2016

October 6th, 2015

Deservedly so, 3D Touch is being hailed as the standout feature on Apple’s new iPhone 6s. While the feature’s full potential will only be unleashed once developers have some time to play around with it, there’s no question that 3D Touch represents the most exciting advancement in mobile user interaction since Apple introduced multitouch to the …

iPhone 6s 3D Touch Settings

iPhone 6s’ 3D Touch: How to adjust sensitivity and even turn it off

October 5th, 2015

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 …

iPhone 6s 3D Touch Apps

10 awesome iPhone 6s apps with 3D Touch support

September 25th, 2015

The iPhone 6s is finally here with a host of new features, not the least of which is 3D Touch. As we detailed previously, 3D Touch is one of the more important and exciting innovations to grace the iPhone in quite some time. While Apple’s implementation of 3D Touch on its own apps looks great, …

iPhone 6s 3D Touch

3D Touch: The first ‘killer feature’ we’ve seen on the iPhone in years

September 25th, 2015

Somewhere along the way, the public started demanding that new smartphones come with killer new features. After a certain point, incremental upgrades, no matter how impressive they might be, simply weren’t enough to get anyone excited. We see this dynamic play out in reviews all the time: a device will be highly praised but will …

iPhone 6s 3D Touch Peek Pop

Video: Here’s how Apple’s brand new magic trick, 3D Touch, really works

September 9th, 2015

Just as expected, Apple on Wednesday unveiled new series iPhones that have one key feature to set them apart: a display that can tell the difference between various kinds of taps and touches. Both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have Taptic engines underneath the screen, as well as an array of capacitive sensors that’ll pick …