The next iPhone could arrive with "3D Touch Display" that can sense three levels of pressure

Next week Apple is expected to introduce its latest iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and other items at its September event. While the iPhone has been pretty much been dissected from the abundance of leaks, it looks like new details of the reported "Force Touch" display have surfaced, suggesting the new display will offer three levels of touch sensitivity.

According to 9to5Mac, the "Force Touch" display will be officially dubbed a "3D Touch Display". The "3D Touch Display" moniker will come from the three dimensions of pressure the new iPhone display will respond to. While users of the Apple Watch and MacBook will be familiar with two levels of pressure, the new display will offer a third level of sensitivity that will be unique to the iPhone.

Naturally, this will offer a new dynamic to the iPhones interface which should be integrated fairly well into iOS 9. For event coverage, be sure to check back on September 9th, as we will be covering all the latest from Apple's September event.

Source: 9to5Mac

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