3D Touch is one of many features present in the iPhone lineup, but it might be one that might not be sticking around for too much longer, if rumors are any indicator.
Most of the attention on Apple’s supply chain is focused on what’s coming right around the corner, but that isn’t stopping some analysts from making predictions on what’s going to happen next year.
Earlier today, Apple officially seeded the second developer beta of iOS 11.1, which not only brings brand new emoji to the mix, but also brings back one oft-requested feature.
Back in June, it was revealed that using the 3D Touch gesture to switch between apps was being removed from iOS 11.
iOS is almost 10 years old. That’s a decade of updates and new features. Though, when you simply look at the Home screen of an iPhone running iOS 10, you might question yourself if anything has really changed much over the years. It has, just not in the most obvious, in-your-face way.
By now, you must be familiar with the long press action in iOS. Like when you tap and hold on an app icon and they all start to jiggle. When you press harder on the screen (don’t worry, you’re not going to break anything), you’ll engage 3D Touch. You’ll know because one, there will be a vibration feedback on the screen. Second, something will happen on screen.
The “iPhone 8,” which is believed to be Apple’s flagship for 2017, is rumored to feature a ton of changes and new additions when compared to previous generations.
I don’t know about you, but I find myself opening a new tab in Safari at least a dozen times a day. Instead of going through Spotlight search, I directly jump to Safari when I know what it is I’m looking for – checking latest stories on iPhone Hacks, opening a TV show page in Wikipedia, or just googling something.
iOS 10 brings a lot of different changes. Lock screen has been redesigned completely. There a whole different way to interact with notifications. Major apps like Music and News have been redesigned from the ground up. That’s a lot of change, especially when it hits you the second after you upgrade your iPhone.
Ever since I got my iPhone 6s Plus, I’ve had workarounds that would let me quickly open the Mobile Data options in the Settings app. Toggling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth has always been easy – Control Center or the Settings 3D Touch action. But no such thing for Mobile Data existed.