Posted by davidwoodbr on January 21, 2016
In this demo, I take you through where to turn 3d touch on, adjust the sensitivity of using on the screen, note where to test 3d touch after adjusting sensitivity, demo several apps (including Phone, Music, Videos, App, iTunes and iBooks stores) that I use regularly, demo a nice tip with Assistive Touch with 3d touch, note what feedback you are given if an app doesn’t support 3d touch, and finish off by demoing the 1 finger double tap and hold for moving/deleting an icon commenting that if I held my finger down on the screen to hard I could trigger 3d touch if it was in the light force sensitivity setting.
I comment throughout the demo, that I use the Peak functionality of 3d touch on app icons, but I don’t use the Poke function of 3d touch within apps.
3d touch is currently available on the iPhone 6s and 6s plus and is an advanced version of Force Touch found on the Apple watch.
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This article excerpt was sourced from the website iSee - Using various technologies from a blind persons perspective and the original article can be found at A quick demo of how I use 3d touch on my iPhone 6s using VoiceOver.