As we all know, the iPad Pro is capable of recognising the pressure we put on the Apple Pencil. However, it does not enjoy the 3D Touch that was released on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus . But the famous developer Hamza Sood, who has often revealed hidden functions or hidden catches in iOS and OS X, is back with a new hack .
This time he has managed to convert the pressure data from the Apple Pencil into data for the system with the 3D Touch interactions. This way you can do the peek and pop gestures with the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, just as you would on an iPhone 6s. Remember that these sensors originally have the function of making writing and drawing more natural , but after the video below you may change your mind.
All this is possible because the Apple Pencil sends the system data about the pressure it is exerting on the screen, thus giving a third dimension when drawing on the screen. But the sensors that do this are in the stylus , not in the iPad Pro screen, as it would be the case with the iPhone 6s . So doing this is physically impossible with your fingers.
What they have achieved is to convert the data that is used for drawings and writing into numbers for the system by letting you know that 3D Touch is operational, and allowing you to make peek and pop by the applications. It’s just a curiosity that we doubt very much that Apple will implement it in the future , not at least the way we know it on the iPhone, which also varies from the way it works on the Mac with Force Touch.