The iPad Pro is the most impressive tablet in apple’s creation, but it was in vain for the missing 3D Touch feature.
The iOS Developer Hamza Sood has managed to make a 3D Touch version, which works fine on an iPad Pro thanks to the sensitive features of Apple Pencil, which is jailbreaking. However, Apple did not include pressure sensor on the iPad Pro’s display, and Sood has hold the pressure data to the parts of iOS that initiate the 3D Touch.
Once certain thresholds for pressure are met the peek and pop features are activated, but they’re not supported on the iPad.
Sood’s video shows windows being peeked and popped on the iPad Pro’s screen by using the information gathered by the Apple Pencil’s pressure sensing technology.