Apple’s 3D shortcuts provide a faster way to perform a variety of commands and provide access to additional menus. The 3D touch feature is an iPhone exclusive and works by registering the amount of pressure you exert with your finger onto the iPhone.
With this feature, you will be able to pull up the list of open apps on the phone, transform the keyboard to a mouse trackpad, control the brightness of the flashlight, and see previews of web links in Safari. In addition to this, you can also prioritize updates or the installation of certain apps. In this article, we will go through how to perform each one of those shortcuts.
View Open Apps- To use this feature, you will simply long press your finger against the left side off your screen. Hold down until you feel a short vibration signaling the 3D touch feature has been enabled. Once you do this, you will see the edges of a few apps toward the left side of the screen. By swiping to the right, you will be able to cycle through all the apps and select the one you wish to open. Alternatively, you can press the home button to return to the app you were on… Continue Reading >>>>