Posts Tagged ‘Force Touch’

Apple is officially dropping Force Touch with watchOS 7 on the Apple Watch. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Apple has been granted a new patent titled “Ultra low travel keyboard”, which describes a new keyboard design with Force Touch pressure-sensitive keys and tactile feedback.

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When Apple’s engineers were working their backsides off to get 3D Touch ready for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, we doubt that their main consideration was whether people would be able to weigh fruit or any other object with this thing. Yet, that’s exactly what it turns out you can do with a new app now available that uses the wonder of 3D Touch to compare two plums, telling users which is the heaviest.

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Apple today has announced new accessories for Mac. Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Keyboard are all official now. Here’s everything you need to know.

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New rumors suggest Samsung’s Galaxy S7 will come with Apple’s 3D Touch-like ClearForce-powered pressure sensitive display to rival the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

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Here’s the difference in comparison between Apple’s 3D Touch vs Force Touch vs Multi-Touch. Apple introduced Multi-Touch with original iPhone back in 2007, while Force Touch was introduced with Apple Watch in 2014 and 3D Touch is introduced with iPhone 6s in 2015.

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September 9th is just days away, which means we will soon have answers as to what the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will bring to the party after months of speculation. Without doubt, the biggest thing that has caused the most rumors is the possible, or probable inclusion of some sort of Force Touch technology.

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New photographs and a video have appeared online which claim to show parts from the upcoming iPhone 6s, including what seems to be a new, larger FaceTime camera on front as well as at least one component believed to be part of a possible Force Touch feature.

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The official unveiling of Apple’s next iPhone, dubbed the “iPhone 6s”, is fast approaching. Consistent rumor and speculation over the last few months has pretty much confirmed that Force Touch will be amongst the new features that will be introduced with the new iPhone, a feature that allows the operating system to split user interaction into varying groups depending on the force of the touch detected on the display. A new set of leaks, coming from individuals who claim to have hands-on experience with the iPhone 6s, outlines exactly how Apple will adopt the Force Touch technology within iOS 9.

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Apple’s iPhone 6s is heavily expected to be announced in the coming weeks with the hardware itself predicted to land on our physical and digital shelves toward the end of September. Speculation is that the physical aesthetics of the smartphone will remain consistent with the current model, with only a handful of new features being offered. Force Touch is one of those primary improvements which is set to make an appearance on the next-generation Apple smartphone, and this new concept video shows exactly how it could perform on the upcoming device.

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Rumors have it that the Apple’s next generation smartphone dubbed as the ‘iPhone 6s’ and the ‘iPhone 6s Plus’ are expected to be integrated with Force Touch technology, which was first introduced in the Apple Watch, followed by the 12-inch MacBook and select MacBook Pro models. Force Touch could be one of the hallmark features in the next flagship smartphone by Apple which everyone is looking forward to.

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