Concept video demonstrates one of the many features that Force Touch can perform on the iPhone

Concept video demonstrates one of the many features that Force Touch can perform on the iPhone

Rumors already take the technology implementation for granted Force Touch in the next generation of the iPhone, which should be launched in September.

Launched on the Apple Watch and taken to the MacBook trackpads, the technology recognizes whether the user is touching or pressing / pressing the screen (ie the intensity of the touch) when using tiny electrodes. This creates a new dimension for interaction with the user as it enables the activation of a series of specific commands.

Whoever has an Apple Watch knows, for example, how practical it is to press hard on the screen in the notifications and clean up all at once. Particularly I believe that Apple take this feature to iOS, but Maximilian Kiener he also decided to share another interesting function that the Force Touch can perform on the Apple smartphone.

For him, Android still has an advantage over iOS in terms of adjustments since much is available through the Notification Center of the Google operating system. Apple even implemented the Control Center, but it is still quite limited compared to what we can do on Android.

One way to remedy this would be to use Force Touch to take us directly to the adjustment in question, as Kiener demonstrated in the video above. The concept was created using JavaScript, HTML and CSS everything that happens there is actually running on Safari, through a icon placed on the Home Screen so that it runs in full screen.

I also strongly believe that Force Touch on iOS will serve as a shortcut to several features / functions, and you?

(via Cult of Mac)