Force Touch has become one of the widely speculated features for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. Some recent report suggests that Force Touch panels for Apple’s next-generation iPhone has started shipping in volume. Here’s is the first glimpse at how this Force Technology could work on an iPhone 6s.
Designer Maximilian Kiener has created a nice demonstration video which gives the concept of the working of Force Touch display on iPhone. The video provides a decent mockup of how the iPhone 6s would react to the pressure put on its screen with Force Touch technology. The output of the concept is a productive shortcut to different settings.
The designer conceptualizes that using Force Touch user can quickly switch to the Settings menu without going to the Home screen and then opening the Settings menu. For example, a simple tap of the Bluetooth or WiFi icon in the Control Center will enable or disable the feature while hard pressing these icons will take users to the corresponding section in the settings app.
“Historically, settings has been one of the domains where Android had a UX lead over iOS,” Kiener said. “To introduce a universal interaction for improving it at this maturity-stage of the OS would be a big deal.”
Force Touch has not only entered mass production as per some recent reports, photos of a fully assembled iPhone 6s display with Force Touch also made their way into the cloud.
The video definitely shows how much cool stuff can be done using the Force Touch technology on the iPhone 6s.