How to enable haptic feedback on iPhone Keyboard
One of the improvements of iOS 16 is the haptic feedback feature for the default keyboard on the iPhone. Here’s how to enable it and why you should use it instead of a third-party keyboard.
Third-party keyboards like Google’s G-board have long had haptic feedback, but many people still prefer the default iOS keyboard. It’s largely down to privacy because third-party keyboards often require access to track all of your keystrokes.
Also read : Top features of iOS 16
Fortunately, Apple integrated haptic feedback for the iPhone keyboard with iOS 16, however, it is disabled by default here’s How to enable haptic feedback on iPhone keyboard
- Open the Settings app – Sounds & Haptics (Settings – Sounds & Haptics).
- Near the bottom, select Keyboard Feedback
- Turn on the Haptic option to start using your iPhone’s keyboard that vibrates when pressed.
After enabling haptic feedback for the keyboard, you can also disable the Sound option for the keyboard. Thus, when you put your iPhone in ring mode and type, it will no longer crackle, but will vibrate slightly
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