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Discussion in 'iPad' started by Miguel760, Jun 17, 2017.
There's no vibrator (taptic engine) to simulate button presses.
It's like the 6s.
Also to add to that, the iPads do not use a solid state button, which is in conjunction with the Haptic engine.
No it is not.
I have heard that force touch and the pencil support can not currently be implemented at the same time.
A lot of the reason for the force touch button on the phone was for water resistance. Don’t really need it on an iPad.
I like the new home button on the 7 units and would not mind Apple changing it. There has to be room for a small haptic motor somewhere in the case.
I’ve never understood why iPads never had a vibration motor from day one. Especially for games.
Likely the technology was not ready or the internal space was not available for older internal components and bigger batteries consuming space. Now, the iPads have reduced components and smaller, more efficient batteries, where perhaps a Haptic motor could be possible to fit in the iPad . Then incorporate the display for 3D Touch. I think 3D Touch will be here for the iPad eventually, but Tim Cook commented on the difficulty with the iPhone with 3D Touch.
Amazing technology that can fit into a device that's only 7.5 MM in depth.