3D Touch is a new way of moving even faster through your iPhone 6s interface, but if it’s not to your liking, you can change it!

By default 3D Touch—Apple’s new pressure sensitive technology—is on and set to “medium” firmness. That reduces the chances of you activating it accidentally but doesn’t make it too hard to activate when you want to. If you find it either too easier or too hard, you adjust it to better suit your needs, or turn it off completely. Both are important options for accessibility

How to adjust 3D Touch sensitivity.

If you’re either tripping 3D Touch too easily or you’re having too hard a time engaging it, you can change the pressure sensitivity levels in Settings as well.

  1. Launch Settings from your Home screen.
  2. Tap General.
  3. Tap Accessibility.
  4. Tap 3D Touch.
  5. Move 3D Touch from Medium to either Light (to require less pressure) or Firm (to require more pressure).

You can test each setting using the peek and post demo below the setting. That’ll make sure you get the best option.

How to enable or disable 3D Touch

If none of the settings work for you, or f you have a motor skill or interactivity impairment, you can turn 3D Touch off in the Accessibility Settings.

  1. Launch Settings from your Home screen.
  2. Tap General.
  3. Tap Accessibility.
  4. Tap 3D Touch.
  5. Switch 3D Touch to OFF.

To turn 3D touch back on, repeat the same process flip the switch to ON.

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