I dont think the force touch implementation has anything to do with resistive screens. I'm thinking the software is able to approximate the surface area of the finger that is touching the screen. So when you gently touch the screen a smaller area of your finger come in contact with the display, and when you apply more pressure , the contact area wil be greater. Nothin to do with resistive technology. If i.m right it could be implemented on virtually any capacitive enabled phone proven it has enough processing power.
AnonD-209094, 11 Mar 2015Big words from someone who think its spelled evention... And who dont know what resistive touc... moreBig words from someone who also can't spell or use proper grammar and punctuation. Let me help you with that...
"Big words from someone who think IT'S spelled evention... And who DOESN'T know what resistive touch is. Why is it that IT'S always those who know the least that HAVE the biggest objections against new stuff? CAN'T even spell common words??"
Dot-WiFi, 11 Mar 2015for gaming ~~ the deeper u touch , ur car become more fasterand then when you think you can speed up more, the screen cracks because of the pressure....lolzx
Cannot wait to try it. It will feel more natural as that's how physical object behaves
AnonD-312360, 11 Mar 2015Concept is good. How it will be succesfully implemented is a different matter altogether.This is Apple, implementation is their specialty.
tick tickY, 11 Mar 2015If that is all they want to sell in their new iphone. Force touch is not an evention,but a sim... moreBig words from someone who think its spelled evention... And who dont know what resistive touch is. Why is it that its always those who know the least that has the biggest objections against new stuff? Cant even spell common words??
If that is all they want to sell in their new iphone. Force touch is not an evention,but a simple software enhanced resistive touch screen. They should stop making it look like a new evention
Concept is good. How it will be succesfully implemented is a different matter altogether.
Dot-WiFi, 11 Mar 2015if u throw from 100 floor .. yeah .. it will breakOr you might accidentally bend it
Finally, a phone for the average Jedi user. Took them long enough.
Anonymous, 11 Mar 2015The whole selling point of the original iPhone over HTC's Touch was that the Windows Mobile 6.... moreWhat are you talking about? This is 2015! No more resistive touch screen now!
I can not believe there is people that hearing force touch first thing cam on there mined is that android has it and it is the same as long touch .....WHY WHY WHY gus read aren't you android users smarter then IOS users. Android will have it but the same way they include all technologies after seeing how works then put it in Samsung and other androids. Apple didn't invent technologies but show others how to use it and then after seeing the benefits USER and financial) use them exactly the same way.
The whole selling point of the original iPhone over HTC's Touch was that the Windows Mobile 6.1 phones had resistive touch screens where as the iPhone had a capacitive screen, therefore no pressure was required to register on screen commands.
Now they are going back to 2006 and implementing resistive screens? I really don't understand the logic behind this move.
Dot-WiFi, 11 Mar 2015long press gesture? like ios long press for uninstall apps ?
oh no~ did apple copy android ... moreDo you know what's the Mening of long press and Force Touch?
Do you even know what's the difference Between FORCE TOUCH AND LONG PRESS?
Incase you don't know, have lil research bro...
its seems that everything that Apple did to their phone you are thinking android have those when infact they don't....nhahahaha