When Steve Jobs and Apple introduced the iPhone and iOS to the world it was a pretty simple to use device and OS. I think Steve Jobs understood that a lot of the appeal of the device/OS combo was that if it were easy to use then the masses would readily eat it up. Now with each new release Apple talks about how many new features they have added (same is true for OSX of course). But who can remember all these features? I'm pretty computer literate. I'm not intimidated by electronic devices in general but now I'm finding that I'm inadvertently triggering actions on my devices (Watch, iPhone, iPad) inadvertently with a gesture I didn't know existed. When you don't know what you did to trigger an action in the first place how do you go about undoing it. To be honest I am actually interested in "force touch" on the new S phones but I won't be shelling out for a new phone any time soon (No "eternal upgrade" option in Canada yet). The force touch gestures I've seen look like really useable shortcuts and since you are dealing with a specific target perhaps more intuitive versus swiping with 1, 2 or 3 fingers, pinching with 2 fingers, pinching with 4 fingers, etc. Anyway I have not had a chance to try out force touch except on my watch and it is somewhat limited there. Do you think the engineers at Apple should be looking at things from the "Steve Jobs philosophy" that doing more with less is better?