Everything about 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus
Introduce a new feature is 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus
Until released every new ‘S’ iPhones, Apple decided introduce a new feature that it will change the way people use their smartphone. Apple always introduce one new major feature with their ‘S’ iPhones better than other smart phones and companies Apple always try to tell what is meaning smartphone and how smart with their phones. I will see you how they change the way people use their smartphone and what they introduces major feature until released. With iPhone 4S, it was Siri, and in the case of iPhone 5s, it was Touch ID. This year with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, that new feature is called 3D Touch.
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3D Touch introduces a new dimension and way to interact with iPhone and can very well be the next big thing for smartphones. Apple called 3D Touch the next generation of multitouch at its event yesterday, and says it will completely change the way how you interact with your iPhone. To be fair, Apple, as always, has managed the hardware aspect of it pretty well. The pressure sensitivity works well,
What is 3D Touch and what does it do?
With Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus introduces 3D Touch is a completely will also be capable of detecting how much pressure has been applied on the screen. Apple achieved this by embedding capacities sensors into the back lit of the Retina HD display that calculate the distance between the cover glass and the back lit, which when combined with other relevant information from the touch sensor and the accelerometer makes 3D Touch possible. 3D Touch also works as a vibrator for notifications and feels a lot nicer than the previous vibrator motor.
3D Touch can be just as natural a way to press, peek, and pop your way around even faster. Launch actions instead of apps, preview messages and links, switch keyboards, switch apps, animate Live Photos, vary stroke width all that and more can be done with 3D Touch, once you know how
- Home screen actions
- Peek and pop
- Live Photos
How to use Home screen actions with 3D Touch
Apple 6s and Apple 6s plus Home screen actions let you access standard options without having to first launch and navigate the app. They also let you access dynamic options, like a recent contact, so you can quickly resume a conversation.
If an app doesn’t have any Home screen actions you’ll get a brief tap tic buzz,the kinetic equivalent of a head-shake,to let you know. If it does, the rest of the screen will blur and you’ll get a list of up to four options with icons and descriptive text.
- Go to the Home page that contains the icon of the app you want to use.
- Press firmly on the icon to bring up options.
- Tap the option you want to go to.
peek and pop with 3D Touch
The new gestures Peek and pop let you preview and jump into messages, web links, and automatic links.Peek can also provide you with quick actions so you can act on it without having to launch the full screen or full app. Press on the item or link you want to peek at.
- The rest of the screen will blur and the item or link will be highlighted.
- Press firmly to peek at the item.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will respond with subtle taps to help you ‘feel’ those peek and pop gestures. the haptic feedback will be strong enough to easily allow you to distinguish between the two gestures. While a tap tic feedback for a Peek will be 10ms long, a Pop feedback will be around 15ms long.
Peek and Pop gestures are more used almost throughout iOS 9. Not all UI elements in iOS 9 support both Peek and Pop though. There are certain sections in the UI where only Pop works and in such cases, you will be able to understand it as soon as you press on the screen thanks to the taptic feedback.
How to use Home screen actions with 3D Touch
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is new feature Live Photos are among the major new camera features introduced by Apple. It is feature takes advantage of 3D Touch on the new iPhones to show the moment when you clicked that picture. It records 1.5 seconds long ‘moments’ before and after you take a photo.
Live Photos can also be set as a lock screen wallpaper in iOS 9. By default, the wallpaper will remain motionless, but press lightly on it, and it will come alive and let you revisit the moment when you shot the particular photo. At first glance, 3D Touch might not seem like a particularly noteworthy feature, but it will likely end up becoming a common place across all smartphones in the future.