iOS 9 To Debut Haptic Feedback and Force Touch on iPhone 6s
According to reports, Apple’s iOS 9 will feature haptic feedback and force touch in its upcoming iteration of iPhone.
The next-generation iPhone, which will presumably be called iPhone 6s or iPhone 7, will look similar to the latest iPhone 6. However, its touch screen will incorporate pressure sensitivity and the iOS might enhance its iMessage (making it more versatile), Keyboard, Maps and Apple Pay.
Some of the notable enhancements in iOS 9 include new ‘Home’ app, split screen for iPads, new User Interface font and better performance, quality and security. 9to5Mac reports the rumor and reveals several hardware and software updates.
The latest iOS 9 features a brand new design for the keyboard which works better with large screens. Recently a lot of rumors regarding iPhone 6s are mentioning the Force Touch, since only after the technology featured on the new MacBooks and Apple Watch.
Force Touch on iPhone will substitute long press button connections possibly and it might also clear control space from system’s corner to corner. The Force Touch for iPhone will operate similarly as it does in the new MacBooks.
It will be ideally used for dropping new pins on Maps, in Calendars for adding new events and it will also provide consumers, using media player, with pressure-sensitivity. Furthermore, the technology could also be used for piano apps; it will include touch sensitive keys. The support is likely to be announced at this year’s WWDC.
The Force Touch on iPhone 6s or 7 is expected to be in real time so that users can actually feel their physical input via the haptic feedback.