iPhone 6s Plus Force Touch Display
Apple's iPhone 6s Plus display will reportedly come with at least one major difference. That difference? The company's Force Touch technology that's found on board the Apple Watch and new MacBook.
Force Touch rumors have popped up time and time again and that typically means that there's some truth to them. Just about everyone thinks that Force Touch will make it onto the iPhone 6s and there's no reason to think that this will be another repeat of last year's sapphire crystal rumors. At least not yet.
If you haven't been able to go hands-on with the Apple Watch or new MacBook, Force Touch allows the device to detect the difference between a tap and a hard press. In turn, this opens up new features that wouldn't be possible without it.
For instance, it could let iPhone 6s users push on the display harder to get access to a secondary menu item or action, add to controls for games or simplify access to some app options. It's an intriguing feature though it may not be the iPhone 6s' biggest selling point.
This article may contain affiliate links. Click here for more details.