“Apple’s next-generation iPhones and iPads could feature tactile feedback technology in the touchscreen displays, a research report from the stock brokerage and investment banking firm Feltl said Monday,” Patrick Seitz reports for Investor’s Business Daily.

“Feltl analyst Jeffrey Schreiner said he expects the upcoming Apple iPhone 6 smartphone and new iPad tablets will include haptic technology,” Seitz reports. “With haptics, users feel vibrations and other forces when touching virtual buttons on touch screens.”

“A big question is whether Apple will use in-house technology or technology from haptics provider Immersion (NASDAQ:IMMR). Immersion stock was up 8.5%, near a seven-month high of 12.50, in afternoon trading on the stock market today,” Seitz reports. “Schreiner puts the odds of Apple working with Immersion at 50-50 [vs. going in-house].”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jaribbs” for the heads up.]