Apple Will Remove 3D Touch In Upcoming iPhones

Apple released the new iOS 13 at WWDC event held a few days back. The company spoke about the features that will be a part of this new OS including the system-wide dark mode, faster Face ID, latest privacy features, swipe function on keyboard and many more. We also got a hint that 3D Touch will most likely will not feature in 2019 iPhones.

The 3D Touch gesture was first introduced by Apple in iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s Plus back in 2015 and since then it had been incorporated in the successive line up of iPhones. But Apple started replacing this feature later on wit the haptic touch system which can be seen in iPhone XR and iPhone SE.

So even if you still using an older iPhone, you can no longer use the 3D Touch with the new iOS 13 update. Once you update, you cannot long press on the App icon and select quick action without removing your finger from the screen. You will have to do it in an other way by pressing the app icon and then release the finger to see the preview.

Speaking about news iPhone supposedly the iPhone 11, the use of haptic touch along with features like Quick Action and Peek will make it stand out from the competition. Also, there are rumors and concept images circulating in the internet regarding the triple-lens camera on iPhone 11 which every Apple fan is surely looking forward to. Google Pixel 3 is surely the best when it comes to camera and iPhone 11 could possibly change that.

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