I’m struggling to understand this: So they bring back 3D Touch app switching and the missing reachability action just when all indications were they were dropped intentionally. Is this the result of feedback and complaints? If not, why were they dropped in the first place and why has it it taken so long to get them back? None of this makes any sense. People were reporting and complaining about the loss of these throughout the beta period long before iOS 11 was released. Why did iOS 11 seemingly take such a backwards step initially? Is that really how their software development cycle is supposed to work? I would’ve thought starting with what you want to keep from the previous version moving forward is the logical way to go about it. I’m pleased if Apple are indeed responding to criticism and complaints as seems to be the case here, but iOS 11 still has a way to go to reach the speed and polish of iOS 10 on my phone. Reducing the home button delay and increasing animation speeds are my most wanted improvements moving forward.