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More rumors say that iPhone 6s Force Touch sensor is built into the display. Like those in Apple Watch last MacBook, it detects different levels of pressure and is used to differentiate between strongly and weakly pressed. Force Touch is important part of the interaction with Apple Watch, but is not a critical element in OS X, which is still felt just as a supplement. Rumors says that integration in iOS will be more close than that in OS X.

We expect a strong push on the display to be used for shortcuts whose menus now be called with a long press on the display. We do not know whether they will look or work differently, but hopefully this is so – some contextual menus in iOS are already particularly long example is Apple Music.

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