I have been an Apple user for a long time and I have been an Android user for a long time too. I have seen best of both worlds. So this thread is not to bring out any hate on anyone, but a genuine question(conern) I have with 3D touch. We saw the stock Apple apps(for now) have quick actions when you force press on the icons on the homescreen. For example, when you force press on the Mail icon, the top option is 'Open Inbox'. Isnt that option unnecessary? I mean, I can just touch the app icon normally and the inbox opens up. I dont have to force press on it. There are similar actions on other apps that bother me too. Something similar inside the Mail app. You force press on an email and swipe to left or right to delete it. I can currently do it with just regular swipe on my current 6 plus anyway. Why would I force press it to do it? If the menu is not customizable by the user, then didnt Apple just lose 1 valuable space where they could have had a more meaningful action than just open the app, considering they only have 4 actions on each app? I think 3D touch and quick actions have great potential to turn into something super useful when 3rd party developers start incorporating them, but at this point, these little things seem to be redundant and counter productive. What do you guys think? I am sorry if there is already a thread discussing this exact thing.