2. New “Taps”
In the early days of the iPad, there were two recognized touches. The regular touch for launching an app, moving your cursor through text, or hitting a button, and then the long press, which would allow rearranging the home screen, opening special menus, or popping open the text select dialog.
In iOS 11 on iPad, Apple has added a few new tiers of touch replicating 3D Touch of the iPhone. These new touches can work to grab and move apps without starting wiggle-mode, open extra menus, and allow for lifting and moving content with drag-and-drop. While this interaction is somewhat different from traditional computers, it has similarities to the right-click or click-and-drag on Mac or PC.