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Last updated: Jul 23, 2017 09:04

By Daniel Tourgman

With the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Apple introduced us to an entirely new way to interact with our phones: a hard-press gesture. If you have an iPhone 6s or later, you can also press firmly (3D Touch) on an app icon to bring up quick actions. All apps have quick actions, even if it's simply the standard App Store app shortcut that lets you share the app with someone else. Some apps have several quick actions, including dynamic quick actions that update based on the last person you contacted, article you read, show you watched, etc. Tap on an action to go directly to that feature or content in the app.


To perform a force touch in Interactive mode in the Perfecto Lab, simply hold down the Ctrl and Alt keys on your keyboard while pressing on the desired location on the device screen.

To perform a force touch in Native Automation, you need to change the "Operation mode" parameter of the Touch function you are using. Changing the "operation mode" parameter to "Force" will perform a force touch.

Note: This feature is supported only for iOS devices that support 3D Touch and are running iOS 10.3 and above