Apple will abandon 3D Touch for iPhone in 2019

3D Touch for iPhone
Written by Hassan Abbas

The technology was invisible and almost useless. In the company, it is understood and now they decide its future destiny. Apple is considering the option to completely abandon the 3D Touch for smartphones. The company’s technology for recognizing the force of depression will not be in the next generation of the iPhone, which will be released in 2019. This is reported by the publication MacRumors, with reference to the analyst of one of the largest banks of Barclays, Blayne Curtis (Blayne Curtis).

According to information from the supply chain received by Barclays, 3D Touch will not appear in all smartphones of the iPhone in 2019 with OLED-screen. This is at least two models: a 5.8-inch iPhone X of the third generation and 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus of the second generation. At the same time, financial conglomerate analysts say that at the moment Apple has not finally approved this decision, so it can still change before the presentation next fall.

3D Touch for iPhone

Initially, Apple promoted 3D Touch as a promising and most significant technology for the iPhone, but now things are very different. The function simplifies navigation in iOS and management in games, and also allows you to perform quick actions with applications on your home screen and preview the content without having to open it.

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Recall, according to numerous rumors, Apple will partially abandon the 3D Touch and this year – in the budget 6.1-inch iPhone. Obviously, the solution is connected with a cheaper smartphone, at the same time, he will receive Face ID. It is expected that the price of the model will be approximately $699-749.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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