IPhone without technology support will really get its counterpart.
Apple will not turn off the 3D Touch feature in iOS 13. In the first beta, strong screen clicks stopped working, but turning off turned out to be a bug. This was told by one of the iOS-developers with reference to a letter from Apple’s senior vice president of software development Craig Federigi (Craig Federighi).
I emailed Craig Frederighi about the 3D Touch getting removed from iOS 13 Beta 1, looks like it's actually a bug. Not removed. pic.twitter.com/PwwZsK42Og— Don (@donbytyqi) 11 June 2019
“I wrote an email to Craig Federedig about removing 3D Touch in the first beta of iOS 13. It seems that this is actually a bug, not a deletion”
The developer was interested in whether the ability to use 3D Touch on the application icons was removed or it was a bug. According to Federigi, the function does not work due to an error that will be corrected in the next beta version.
In iOS 13, Apple added the Haptic Touch feature, which partially replaces 3D Touch, but works on all iPhones. It allows you to call a quick menu of applications and settings for a long press.
Apple introduced 3D Touch with the iPhone 6s in 2015. The function allows you to interact with applications and iOS by pressing the screen hard. She recognized several levels of pressure and provided additional navigation.
iOS 13 was presented on June 3 at WWDC 2019. The system received a dark theme, svaypas in a standard keyboard, improved performance, updated standard applications, and many other changes.