The iPhone's 3D Touch feature, which enables gestures based on how much pressure is used when tapping the screen, may not be the most popular or useful thing about the device, but it's become well ingrained throughout iOS since its debut on the iPhone 6s in 2015.
So far we've heard rumors of three devices from Apple including 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch phones, but the smallest and largest of those are rumored to feature OLED display tech while the one in the middle will be LCD.
That means the new iPhone with this CGS tech will not only have a more shock resistant glass display but it'll be lighter too.
With this new addition, Apple's upcoming iPhone will definitely see a 15 percent increase in the cost of the touch panel. So, for this expensive display upgrade, the company might ditch the 3D Touch feature in order to balance out the costs.
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The new display supposedly would increase the costs to in between 23 dollars and 26 dollars. It is this model that has been a hot topic this week as KGI's Ming-Chi Kuo has shared a few details about this iPhone, via Chinese site Feng. This model will have a new type of display, he said, one that uses what's called Cover Glass Sensor technology instead of having touch sensors built into the display itself. Though it's hard to imagine for anyone to be disappointed if this feature was to be removed, there are a bunch of 3D Touch loyalists out there, as Gizmodo notes, and they swear by its convenience.
Apple spent five years developing 3D Touch on its newer iPhone models. Although Apple's 3D Touch functionality seemed quite elegant, it also had some serious issues.
Would you miss Apple's 3D Touch if your Phone come with the feature?