4 cases where 3D Touch is a superior feature to a simple long press

Ever since it was first introduced with the iPhone 6s, 3D Touch has been a touchy topic. Many mocked Apple, claiming that the fancy pressure-sensing input method can be replicated with a simple tap-and-hold. Later on, Google made that point clear by adding Quick Shortcuts to Android 7 Nougat — long pressing on an app icon on the home screen opens up a tiny contextual menu, a lot like how 3D Touch acts when you hard press on an icon on the iPhone.

Even Apple allowed for the iPhone SE, iPhone 5s, and the current iPhone XR to simulate 3D Touch with long presses for certain functions, like activating …

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