Are you facing issues with 3D Touch on your iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, or iPhone 7 Plus? If yes, try this simple and quick tip to change 3D Touch settings on your iOS device.
iPhone 6s and later models come with one unique feature that set them apart from other iOS devices, a new interaction feature that will likely become the new norm for iPads and iPhones henceforth. Known as 3D Touch, the new feature can sense pressure differences for taps and screen touches, and turn on certain shortcuts that make iOS 9 navigation faster and more enjoyable than ever before.
However, a lot of users claim that 3D Touch isn’t working on their new iPhone. In case you’re also struggling to get any response when you push and poke your device’s screen hard, chances are the 3D Touch sensitivity levels need some amendments. Luckily, the process is very simple as it just requires you to dip your toes in the iOS’ settings menu. Here’s how to change 3D Touch settings on iOS.
Change 3D Touch Settings on iOS
- Head over to your iPhone’s Settings by tapping on the desktop icon > General Settings
- Scroll to the Accessibility option and simply tap on it to change 3D Touch settings on your iPhone
- Now, you’ll see the 3D Touch option. To enable/disable it, tap on the slider button. If the slider is green, that means 3D Touch is turned on
- Tap on the 3D Touch to adjust your iOS device’s sensitivity. A sensitivity bar will pop up, allowing you to choose among the light, medium, and firm options
- Under the Sensitivity bar, there’s a photo that you can use to test the new settings. All you need to do is simply give it a long press and you’ll see the photo pop up to fill the screen if you’ve changed the settings correctly
That’s it. Now, you can quickly change 3D Touch settings on your iPhone. How simple the whole process was! Isn’t it?
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