Apple may be backing away from the 3D Touch somewhat — it's available on the iPhone XR at all — but we're still big fans of the options it offers. If you are not, you can disable the 3D Touch altogether.
It offers a right-click of sorts, giving iOS some extra depth. It also adds complexity, though, and Apple has never been good at making the 3D Touch features discoverable. If you have an iPhone 6s or newer, excluding the aforementioned iPhone XR, you may have 3D Touch enabled and have never used it.
Touch functionality and places it behind a tap and hold gesture. The two gestures — 3D Touch and Haptic Touch — don't enjoy feature parity in some important ways, however. Haptic touch does not support "peek & pop" and home screen-based shortcuts at all. If you are an iPhone XR owner, the option to enable or disable Haptic Touch is in the same location as 3D Touch.
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3D Touch Touch
As is often the case with many options within iOS, enabling or disabling 3D Touch is not a complicated affair, but before you set off game tuning through the Settings app , you need to know where to look.
Scroll down a short way and then tap 3D Touch. You will also be able to see whether 3D Touch is enabled from here, too.
If you might expect, enabling or disabling 3D Touch is a case of flicking the switch to either the "on" or "off" position.
With 3D Touch enabled, you can select how sensitive you would like 3D Touch to be, with a lighter setting requiring a less firm push to activate the
With 3D touch disabled, features like "Peek & Pop" will no longer be available, nor will access to shortcuts or widgets from an app's Home screen icon.