Apple's new iPad Pro models are very powerful, its A10X Fusion processor complemented with the updated sensors of its camera, the ProMotion technology of its screen and a more polished user experience make this tablet one of the best on the market.
But, despite all its wonderful technical specifications, Apple's iPad Pro does not yet have 3D Touch functionality.
The 3D Touch function came as an exclusive feature of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. Since then, it has been present in all new iPhone models, except the iPhone SE. But why has not Apple introduced the 3D Touch in its iPad Pro?
What is the 3D Touch?
3D Touch functionality is based on a technology that allows the device to recognize different pressure points on the screen. In this way, iOS users have the possibility to press normally, press lightly and press more firmly on the screen to use the "Peek" and "Pop" features of the 3D Touch and access shortcuts of applications and the Center. Control.
Why the iPad Pro does not have 3D Touch?
Although it would be great to have the 3D Touch function on the large screens of the iPad Pro, it would be physically impossible. 3D Touch works differently on an iPhone than it does on an Apple Watch or a Magic Trackpad (Force Touch).
Each of the devices has its own 3D Touch system to adapt to its operation and its size. If Apple wanted to bring the 3D Touch to the iPad Pro, they would need to develop a completely new technology for the large screen of the device.
And the same goes for the iPhone 8, Apple will have to find a solution to adapt the 3D Touch technology to the OLED screen of the 10th anniversary smartphone.