i know some of you have commented on this sporadically throughout the forums... But is 3D Touch really necessary to accomplish some of the tasks it's meant to accomplish? For example: -In the Mail app, if you hold down the icon for a second longer, couldn't you program iOS to then 'peek' into the email you're looking at? And then if you hold it for a second longer than that, be able to 'pop' into the email? Why would you need to register the depth of touch to accomplish these tasks? With previous iPhones, if you currently select an icon/app and hold for a second longer, you can then cause it to wiggle and can then move it around the screen. It seems to me that 3D Touch wouldn't be necessary to accomplish these things that were heavily touted during the presentation on Wed. -Also---if you simply held your finger down on the left edge of the screen, you should be able to then switch between apps without the need for 3D touch, again a new feature that was demonstrated. -same with LIVE PHOTOS: simply select and hold a photo for a second longer and you should be able to activate this feature on non 6s phones. I don't see any reason why they shouldn't allow these functions on ios9.1 for non6s phones.