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() Apple quietly killed off 3D Touch with the new iPhones and replaced it with a haptic system The newest generation of iPhones has phased out Apple's 3D Touch feature  iPhone 11 and its Pro counterparts will use Haptic Touch first unveiled last year A switch will do away with the pressure-sensitive commands in previous models 

By James Pero For Dailymail.com

Published: 17:09 BST, 11 September 2019 | Updated: 17:13 BST, 11 September 2019

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Apple has quietly replaced the pressure sensitive command feature, 3D Touch, in its next round of iPhones.

In a major event this week, Apple announced its next generation of smartphone, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. 

While the phones added several new bells and whistles, one feature was conspicuously absent from the new device: 3D Touch, a display technology that allowed users to initiate different commands depending on the amount of pressure they use to 'click' objects on their phone.

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Apple's 3D touch has been phased out with a current crop of iPhones that favors a haptic system without pressure sensitive commands.

Apple's 3D touch has been phased out with a current crop of iPhones that favors a haptic system without pressure sensitive commands.

THE IPHONE 11 AT A GLANCE 

Apple's new iPhone 11 boasts several improvements over its predecessor, including:

- A new chip. The A13 Bionic is faster and more efficient, allowing for an hour

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