The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are going official this Wednesday - September 9 - and the rumors are naturally coming at an insane pace lately. It seems we knew everything about the new iPhones but the latest report suggests otherwise.
While all sources agree on the addition of a Force Touch display, today we got some interesting info regarding the actual touchscreen. It seems Apple may have developed a more advanced Force Touch display for the new iPhones than what we saw on the Apple Watch and the new MacBooks.
The so-called 3D Touch Display will react on three types of gestures - tap, normal press and deeper press. All of these will allow for different iOS 9 functions and interactions. One example of Force Touch on an iPhone is using the deep press on a link in Safari to see a preview of the destination's page.
The new 3D Touch Display is also rumored to be a part of the long rumored iPad Pro slate, which should be announced later this year.
We are just two days away from the official iPhone 6s duo premiere, so we'll know everything very soon.