How do you delete icons with 3D Touch?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Appl3FTW, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. Appl3FTW macrumors 601

    Appl3FTW

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    before you hold the icons so they wiggle and you'll be able to delete the apps... Now that 3D Touch is on, how do you enable the delete feature since the pressure is now consider peek n pop?
     
  2. AbSoluTc macrumors 68040

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    It's the same as before.

    You keep your finger on it with normal touch. Pressure is the key here. Lots of people will have a short learning curve. Tap and hold, they will jiggle. Tap and press, 3D Touch.
     
  3. stephen1108 macrumors 65816

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    It's the same as before, you long press, but you don't deep press.

    Previous iPhones couldn't recognize pressure, so now you just apply the same pressure as a tap, but for a longer period of time.
     
  4. plopbellie macrumors member

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    unless your someone like my mom who would freaking jab her fingers at the icons for no reason, it should be the exact same as it has been for you. if its anything like force touch on the apple watch, you have to press pretty 'purposefully' for it to recognize as something other than a normal tap.
     
  5. vikingjunior macrumors 65816

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    3D press is equivalent to .000034 psi and tap and hold requires .000026 psi.
     
  6. ovo6 macrumors 6502

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  7. Goldfrapp macrumors 601

    Goldfrapp

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    Actually apple.com states .000036 psi.
     
  8. Appl3FTW thread starter macrumors 601

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  9. HEK macrumors 68030

    HEK

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    Normal tap

    Gorilla tap

    And oh my god tap, I bent the phone
     
  10. cdm283813 macrumors 6502

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    But some of us actually apply more pressure automatically when long pressing.
     
  11. AbSoluTc macrumors 68040

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    Like I said, most will have a small learning curve.
     

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