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How to adjust 3D Touch sensitivity

The headlining feature of the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus is 3D Touch, the feature allows users to see previews of content such as emails, photos, links and more. 3D Touch also enables contextual menus within apps and quick actions on the Homescreen, but some users feel they have to press with a little too much force to activate the new feature, here’s how to adjust the sensitivity of 3D Touch…


To adjust the sensitivity of 3D Touch:
1. Go to the Settings app
2. Then General > Accessibility > 3D Touch

You can then use the slider to adjust the amount of pressure needed to activate 3D Touch.

If for some reason you don’t use 3D Touch very often, Apple has included a toggle on the same page, that lets you turn 3D Touch off.

At the bottom of the page there’s a 3D Touch sensitivity test, where you can press an image to test the amount of pressure needed to activate ‘Peek’ and ‘Pop’.
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