iOS 9 To Support Force Touch, Apple Pay And Enhanced iMessage on iPhone 6S

    New iPhone models will likely see Apple's Force Touch technology based on reported support for the feature in the next version of iOS.

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    iOS 9 To Support Force Touch, Apple Pay And Enhanced iMessage

    Sources confirm that the next-generation iPhone will look like an iPhone 6 but will include a Force Touch display with haptic feedback as one of its marquee feature additions.

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    To go with the new hardware, Apple has designed iOS 9 to be Force Touch-ready and is working to let developers integrate Force Touch into App Store apps. Force Touch on the iPhone will be used to clear up some control space across the system, and potentially replace some long press-and-hold button interactions.

    Apple is also working on an updated keyboard for iOS 9. Apple is said to have prototyped multiple new keyboard designs, including one that is slightly longer than the current keyboard and includes additional editing controls while in portrait mode.

    iOS 9 To Support Force Touch, Apple Pay And Enhanced iMessage

    Canada will become the first country outside of the United States to officially support Apple Pay, we are told that iOS 9‘s Passbook application includes the necessary foundation to support banks, credit/debit cards, and credit unions in Canada.

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    Lastly we were told that Apple has upgraded its back end infrastructure to support read receipts for group chat threads, as well as read receipts on a contact-by-contact basis.

    This means that iOS 9 users will be able to activate read receipts for only certain contacts, such as parents or friends, while leaving read status ambiguous for work colleagues.

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