“Killer features, as a general rule, are few and far in between,” Yoni Heisler writes for BGR.
“The new 3D Touch feature on the iPhone 6s, however, is an exciting exception to this rule,” Heisler writes. “In fact, 3D Touch is arguably the first ‘killer feature’ to grace the iPhone in years.”
“Not only does 3D Touch promise to fundamentally change the way we use our smartphones, it’s arguably the most interesting advancement in smartphone interaction design since multitouch,” Heisler writes. “Thus far, almost all of the iPhone 6s reviews we’ve seen have heaped praise on Apple’s new 3D Touch feature. In fact, I don’t think it’s an overstatement to say that 3D Touch will not only persuade iPhone 6 owners to upgrade, but may also convince some Android owners to contemplate making the switch over to iOS.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Yup.
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