Apple recently introduced their new line of iPhones, the 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. The models received some pretty significant upgrades like longer battery life, a new camera system, and improved durability.
But Apple actually removed a feature called 3D Touch, which debuted with the iPhone 6s back in 2015.
And this has caused quite a bit of outcry from users who used the feature for things like previewing links, peaking into emails, and controlling the cursor.
So why did Apple remove a feature that defined an entire generation of iPhones and provided so much functionality to users?
Well that’s exactly what I’m going to explain in this video.
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