How To Turn On/Off 3D Touch Or Customize The Sensitivity - iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus

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hey everyone welcome back this is Dan

from D H TV and today I'm going to be

showing you how to customize or disable

3d touch so what you want to do first is

open up the settings application and

navigate down to general tap on that and

then tap accessibility from this page

here we're going to scroll down and tap

3d touch right here now at the top we

have the 3d touch toggle which will turn

3d touch on or off so if you want to

disable 3d touch you can do so but

you'll lose all the 3d touch features

including live photos below that we have

the 3d touch sensitivity and this will

allow you to go from medium which is the

default to light or firm and you can

test that out down here now this is

where I think a lot of the problems lie

as for some people when it comes time to

delete apps you kind of give it a little

bit of pressure and instead of it's

shaking and giving you the X you end up

with 3d touch or you end up with it just

kind of shaking out like this so you

kind of have to distinguish between

holding pressing and tapping and you can

see even still with me trying to do that

here it still kind of brought up the 3d

touch but if you change up the

sensitivity a little bit so back into

the settings here you move to light you

can test that out you can feel how it

will feel when you give it that light

pressure this feels much lighter than

medium and if you scroll to firm there

and give it a press you can kind of feel

that you press a little bit firmer to

get that 3d touch effect so this is

pretty much how you would change up the

settings with 3d touch turning them off

changing the sensitivity and testing it

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