1 Force Touch
Apple debuted Force Touch (also known as 3D Touch) with the iPhone 6s to give users shortcuts to the features and settings they use most within popular apps by using the pressure-sensitive display.
3D Touch requires the user to apply a certain amount of pressure to the screen in order to launch a set of quick shortcuts (the amount of pressure can be adjusted via Settings > General > Accessibility > 3D Touch). It can be activated on an app, email, link, or photo — and much, much more to provide quick options.
Android launched something similar in the form of ‘App Shortcuts’ with Android Nougat 7.1, where a short or long press launches different options. However, it does not the same appeal or versatility as 3D Touch on an iPhone.
What unique iOS features do you value most? And are they enough to keep you an avid iPhone user? Share your thoughts in the comments!