Apple's going past simple Force Touch, says the latest rumour. The iPhone 6s will reportedly feature new tech called a "3D Touch Display".
"3D Touch" means that the screen's sensitivities will go beyond just a tap and press, but include a deeper press - essentially, there are now three dimensions of pressure. Adding a new pressure gesture would enable users to skip lengthy steps, meaning instead of clicking to a new screen or button, users could just engage in a deeper press. For instance, you could use the gesture as a substitute for clicking on the actions button on the right of a song in the Music app.
Besides adding shortcuts in using apps, the new Force Touch would add an interesting dimension to games and is likely to work with a new Taptic Engine for providing physical feedback to users.
With all that new tech, early iPhone 6 adopters might probably feel some envy but hey, they could always just wait till next year and upgrade to the iPhone 7 instead.