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A good example of drag+drop pattern is the iPhone home screen interface which allows you to drag and rearrange apps or drag and group apps into folders: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT200290 Why its not popular In many cases apps allow horizontal swiping or vertical scrolling, which automatically limits a lost of simple gestures to be used for dragging. ...
Yes, implement this new feature in your apps. But think of some use cases: Use it as an enhancement, not as a requirement. 3D Touch should be an enhancement to the user experience, not a requirement to achieving a user task. Use similar actions for long press and 3D touch, in case, the 3D Touch won't work. For example: 3D Touch on a Link will ...
I am sure that there will be significant difference between vertical and horizontal position selection. The bottom image will have an advantage compared to the top one because of some human factors. You can use the edge for selecting left and right by swiping left and right with thumb. Lastly, landscape usage can be also dictated to user.
Also, I would like to add two quick things, Vertical / Horizontal we can keep a toggle button to switch both the images quickly (let the user play with it), it should be real quick as to remember the previous image give them an option to rotate (any direction either left or right) and keep the stop button "scrolling billboard" just for an idea, it is ...
If it's only a one to one comparison you may show those two images vertically, one on top and the other on bottom. To win some space, you could put text over those images. Moreover, you can propose some extra feature: use a swipe up and a swipe down to choose. Or use a more classic link/button just like the desktop version.
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