3D Touch is highly impressive in terms of functionality. If the touch technology was great in iOS 9, it has become even greater in iOS 10. Whether it’s replying to any message right from the Lock screen or accessing Camera app shortcuts from Control Center, 3D Touch has become more versatile than ever before.

Do you know that you can print any document like images, webpages into PDF using 3D Touch on your compatible iPhone? The latest iOS versions let you print to PDF from anywhere with ease. Want to check out how it works? Try it out…

How to Convert Any File or Doc to PDF and Export using 3D Touch in iOS 10

How to Convert Any File/Document to PDF and Export Using 3D Touch in iOS 10 on iPhone

Note: Only iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus support 3D Touch.

Step #1. First off, locate the images, web pages, documents in apps, documents in Safari, and more which have the option to print.

Step #2. Next, you need to tap on the “Share” icon to access the Share Sheet.

Tap on Share Sheet in iOS 10 Photos App on iPhone

Step #3. Scroll to the right to reveal the “Print” button. Tap on it.

Tap on Print in iOS 10 Sharesheet on iPhone

Step #4. Now, don’t select a printer. Instead, you have to 3D Touch to “Peek” at the document preview.

Peek on the Document or Photo in iOS 10 on iPhone

Step #5. Then, you need to press a bit harder to “Pop” into the full document → Up next, you have to tap on “Share” icon again to bring up the Share Sheet.

POP the Photo or Document in iOS 10 Photos App on iPhone

Step #6. Finally, select the medium through which you want to export the document, webpage, image. You can even email the document as a PDF.

Convert and Export PDF File Using 3D Touch in iOS 10 on iPhone

That’s it!

As compared to iOS 9, the latest iOS version is more feature-rich. It has a number of defining features such as third-party app store in iMessage, redesigned Lockscreen, more competent Siri etc.

What do you think of iOS 10 and the expanded use of 3D Touch in the latest iOS version? Shoot your views in the comments below, on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. Also, make sure to try our iOS app on your iPhone and iPad.