Apple‘s next iPhone, widely expected to be called the iPhone 6S, will reportedly have a display that knows how hard you press down on it.

Apple first introcuced the feature, called Force Touch, in the Apple Watch and later rolled it out to the MacBook and MacBook Pro

In a new in-depth report, 9to5Mac‘s Mark Gurman, who has a proven track record of leaking key details about Apple products well ahead of their announcements, details how the feature will work on the new iPhones with iOS 9.

There will be “consistent usage of Force Touch across the operating system to ‘shortcut’ actions,” according to the report. For example, iPhone 6S users will be able to Force Touch an app icon on the home screen and be taken to a specific action; Force Touch the Phone icon and it will take you right to voicemails. Read more…

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