Iphone speed dating commercial
I think it will, down the road, when more apps are here. I spent a week with the i Phone 6S and 6S Plus (in rose gold and gold, respectively), taking them everywhere I went, from farmer's markets in New Jersey to tailgating at a New York Jets game, to commuting on New Jersey Transit through the Meadowlands and to my kid's meet-the-teacher night.
It's a cool idea, but as I've discovered showing it to my family and friends, it's not entirely intuitive at first. But 3D Touch ends up being used very tentatively in the i Phone 6S and 6S Plus software at the current moment: it mostly adds either pop-up "quick action" menus from apps on the home screen, or adds "peek" and "pop" to apps, expanding links or messages into previews that you can then open up fully, or tuck back away by lifting your finger.
Some apps do a lot with these new ideas, especially Mail.
Peeking-and-filing emails can transform how that app is used.
I like using 3D Touch to preview links, or to pop-up related apps.
When I hold an app and see a menu of extra options under my thumb, it feels almost like a computer, not a phone (the , which utilize a similar but less sensor-studded trackpad technology Apple calls Force Touch, have pop-up previews in Safari, too).