According to 9to5Mac, sources have claimed that Apple's new range of iPhones would be branded to have a "3D Touch Display" technology. Unlike the current set of Force Touch innovation on the Apple Watch, and the incumbent trackpads for the MacBook range, the latest features are able to differentiate 3 levels of pressure. This includes a tap, an ordinary press and a strong press, as the three distinct touches.
This makes up for many varied possibilities for interface use. Possibly even changing or enhancing gaming experience with the new-found detected nuances. With sources citing that it will work "in tandem with a new Taptic Engine to provide physical feedback to the user". This latest piece of news is also rumoured to be a new addition to the next generation of iPads - dubbed the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Let's see what Apple is going to offer in 2 days!
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