3D Touch: An extra dimension It's hard for phones to pull off new tricks these days. What we know as a smartphone has become completely commodified stuff: touchscreen, apps, fast processor, camera. But we've grown used to touchscreens and how they work. You tap, you swipe. Apple's new 3D Touch adds a force-sensitive element to the touchscreen. Why is it called 3D Touch as opposed to Force Touch, the name for similar tech in the Apple Watch and the new Mac ...

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