Apple has started producing iPhone 7
Apple’s Force Touch screen is pressure sensitive, which means that it can also tell how hard you’re pressing in addition to being able to detect where you’re tapping and swiping.
Bloomberg states that the new two new iPhones – presumably named the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus – will retain the same 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch form-factors. Another of these is Force Touch, which will make its debut in the iPhone 7 according to a wide range of reports.
The next iPhone’s unveiling is more than a quarter away but that doesn’t stop the rumour mill from churning out new information related to Apple’s upcoming flagship(s).
Sources reported that the manufacturer has commenced the production and the volume is scheduled to increase by the next month.
This triggers different features on the device. (NASDAQ:AAPL) fans worldwide are eagerly awaiting news about the iPhone 7. Apple users now fully understand how to get around iOS, but Force Touch may create doubt and some frustration. In the first three months of the year, IPhone sales in China have surpassed that of US for the first time.
Force Touch is found already on the Apple Watch, where it has become a useful feature to control gestures for a device that has such a small screen.
Another report has said that the new Force Touch could reduce clutter on the handset as a button once activated by touch could be activated through Force Touch instead so that button could be eliminated.
The design of the smartphone will be in keeping with the models that the company has provide us with in the past.
Finally, as is often the case in ’S’ iterations of the iPhone, Apple is reportedly introducing an improved rear camera. This popular feature allows users to adjust the pressure of their screen taps to signal different functions. But how will Apple deploy its Force Touch technology? The presently iPhone, which is the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus has been received very well.
Apple stepped into Phablet category with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus. His recent statement has paved the way for the Force Touch Screen on the next iPhone model.