When you 3D Touch an app that’s downloading, you can quickly pause it or prioritize the download (helpful when App Store decides to update 30 apps at once).
3D Touch a contact name anywhere in the phone app and you’ll get a contextual menu will all off their different contact options. So from here you can call them on FaceTime, send them an email or just a plain old SMS. No need to much about in menus.
You can 3D Touch a song, playlist or album to get the contextual menu.
Send Effects: 3D Touch the blue “up” arrow and you’ll get the option to send the message using bubble or full screen effects.
Contact picture: When you 3D Touch the contact picture in the messages app you’ll get a menu that lists all their contact information so you can quickly call or email them.
A thread: When you 3D Touch a thread from the app’s Home screen, you’ll get a preview of the conversation. Swipe up and you’ll get some quick reply options.
Tweetbot: 3D Touch a tweet in Tweetbot and you’ll be able to see the conversation. When you find a reply tweet, this is good way to quickly view the original tweet. The app icon also has options for directly opening new tweet view.
Instagram: Whenever you see a thumbnail image in Instagram, just 3D Touch is to view it in a pop up view.
WhatsApp: WhatsApp’s app icon 3D Touch action shows your 4 recent chats and options to start a new chat or to see your starred messages.
Speedtest: Speedtest lets you start a new speed test, right from the 3D Touch action.
Lose It!: The Lose It! apps quick actions let you quickly log your weight, food or scan a barcode.
It’s possible that you think 3D Touching takes to much effort or maybe you end up pressing it accidentally. If you go into Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> 3D Touch you can switch the sensitivity to Light or Firm.
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