Here is how to enable haptic Keyboard Feedback on iPhone running iOS 16 and iOS 16.0.1 firmware.
Apple introduced the iOS 16 update with all the new features along with the launch of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro series of smartphones. The software update is available to download now and you can use it to test drive all the latest additions to the mobile operating system.
After months of pushing beta releases, the full and final version is out for anyone to install on compatible devices. Among all the best attractions in version 16 of iOS is the ability to make your iPhone vibrate when you type. Keep reading to learn how to enable this feature.
Enable Keyboard Feedback On iPhone
Apple calls this feature Keyboard Feedback, which makes typing easier and fun by vibrating your finger a little whenever you tap on a key.
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The physical sensation it generates is similar to how you feel when pressing keys on a real keyboard, although the feeling is slightly different, and it is easy to turn it on. Here’s how to enable it.
Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone. Make sure it’s running iOS 16.
Step 2: Scroll down to Sound and Haptics.
Step 3: Hit Keyboard Feedback.
Step 4: Turn on the toggle switch next to the Haptic option.
That’s all. There is no need to restart your iPhone, the effect will take place immediately. From now on, every time you type a little bit of physical feedback is delivered back through your finger. You will appreciate this seemingly insignificant feature all the more if you’re typing without looking at your iPhone screen.
iPad users, on the other hand, will have to wait until the release of iPadOS 16 to get Keyboard Feedback. Apple plans to roll out the update worldwide next month.
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