Developer Finds Force Touch Code in iOS 9
Looks like the next-generation iPhone will indeed feature a Force Touch display. A well-known developer Hamza Sood has recently discovered some code in iOS 9 that proves the guys from Cupertino will add the support of Force Touch to the iPhone 6s. This piece of news has been shared by the developer on Twitter.
Below you may take a look at the screenshot proving what I’ve just written.
Hamza Sood has found a special command 'enableDeepPress' in iOS 9 program code, which indicates that the iPhone display will be capable of determining the pressure applied to the screen. Using the information about this pressure, the smartphone will be able to perform various actions.
It's been widely rumored that Apple plans to bring Force Touch capabilities to the iPhone 6s. A recent report suggested that rather than opening up new full screen windows to display extra controls, Force Touch on the iPhone will be used to skip existing lists of options or presses.
As you know, the next-generation iPhone will feature a new processor, 2GB of RAM, better camera and a number of other hardware improvements. The device will reportedly have iOS 9 on board.
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