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Apple itself acquire a new patent application, which implies that OS X Quick Look feature comes in iOS, but under the name “Intense” – touch gesture facilitating new sensors intensity (which in practice means that Force Touch technology will be integrated into future iPhone and iPod models).

As we already know with Force Touch, the new MacBook trackpad can recognize the level of pressure which has the user in touch. For example, pressure would fulfill a function, and at less another. You might guess that the potential application of this technology in the iPhone and iPad obviously makes sense.

The new patent of Apple is rumored namely a new screen for iOS devices, which is capable of “detecting the intensity of contact with the sensor surface.” The patent application also suggests one or more sensors that are able to discover how intensely Force Touch touch screen.

The user interface will be adapted to work with the new Force Touch screens. The patent states that we can visualize documents, instead of open them completely.

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