3D-Touch not working :(

Eldiablojoe

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I have an iPhone 6 running iOS 10.0.2. The 3D-touch feature to Messages is not working. I will type a message in the iMessage field, and then when I hold down the blue up-arrow send button, I do not get the pop-up with 3D-touch message options. It is working fine on Mrs. EDJ's iPhone6+

Everything else seems to be working normally. Any idea what is going on?
 

Mlrollin91

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I have an iPhone 6 running iOS 10.0.2. The 3D-touch feature to Messages is not working. I will type a message in the iMessage field, and then when I hold down the blue up-arrow send button, I do not get the pop-up with 3D-touch message options. It is working fine on Mrs. EDJ's iPhone6+

Everything else seems to be working normally. Any idea what is going on?
iPhone 6? 3D Touch is 6s/6sPlus/7/7Plus.
 
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Eldiablojoe

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Yes, 6, NOT 6s. That is why I mentioned that it works on Mrs. EDJ's 6Plus (not "s").

Hmmm, reduce motion. Is that in Settings - Messages?
 

xaqt93

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3D touch is not aa feature on the 6 or 6 plus. You can send animated messages by holding down on the send button. Not pressing. That is only for the 6S and up.

Turn off reduced motion in Settings. Search for reduced motion in the search bar.
 

DaPizzaMan

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It should be noted that in iOS 10.1 beta, you can keep Reduced Motion on while enabling the iMessage effects.
 

C DM

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Yes, 6, NOT 6s. That is why I mentioned that it works on Mrs. EDJ's 6Plus (not "s").

Hmmm, reduce motion. Is that in Settings - Messages?
So basically long press (vs 3D Touch).
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It should be noted that in iOS 10.1 beta, you can keep Reduced Motion on while enabling the iMessage effects.
Yeah, hopefully that will reduce (no pun intended) some of this type of confusion that comes up for people.