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Apple almost removed a key feature from the iPhone 6S

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Apple had supposedly considered making the Force Touch feature from the Apple Watch exclusive to the iPhone 6S Plus in the next round of iPhones to debut later in the year, but a new report suggests this is no longer the case. The Force Touch gesture is already available on some 2015 Macs and the Apple Watch, which allows users to access hidden options by pressing more firmly on a device’s trackpad or display. It was expected to be on both new iPhones in 2015, but Force Touch was first planned to be excluded from the smaller iPhone 6S model.

iPhone 6S

Apple has since appeared to change its mind and will add Force Touch sensors on all iPhone 6S models regardless of size. The move is considered to massively increase profit margins for suppliers, who are already hard pressed to meet Apple’s demands. TPK is predicted to be the main supplier of the Force Touch sensors within the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus displays.

Since the reveal of this new function, it seems clear Force Touch will have a future on iOS devices, with more iPhone 6S rumours saying it will be on this year’s phones, but did not suggest the iPhone 6S Plus would have it exclusively. The feature is said to target iOS power users.

Source: G for Games

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