So the new iPhones have force touch. Apple is branding it "3D Touch", presumably to differentiate it as an improvement over the force touch trackpad introduced on their new MacBook last spring. The difference? It's faster
Surprisingly, though, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus aren't the first smartphone on the market to offer multi-level haptic feedback. That title, if you can believe it, goes to Huawei, and their Mate S
announced at IFA in Berlin last week.
Even more surprising is that the Android platform has supported force touch since version 2.0 Eclair, circa 2009!