Have iPhone 13, iPhone 12, iPhone 11? You can add FEEL to your keyboard typing experience
Do you have iPhone 13, iPhone 12, iPhone 11 or other eligible devices that can upload iOS 16 beta? Well, then you can try this iPhone trick. Know how to use the new haptic keyboard on your iPhone.
Do you have iPhone 13, iPhone 12, iPhone 11 or other eligible devices that can upload iOS 16 beta? Well, then you can try this iPhone trick. No matter how fast your typing is, it is the keyboard of your phone which adds a whole new experience and speed. Well, thanks to the iOS 16 update, you can have a whole new experience while typing through the iPhone keyboard. Yes, there is an iPhone trick that now lets you switch on a haptic keyboard when you type. What does it mean? This will simply bring a tiny vibration that you can feel in your fingertips every single time you press a key on your iPhone's virtual keyboard. Unlike any classic vibration on a smartphone, which is usually consistent and loud, haptic feedback comes with a subtle effect to enhance your typing experience.
Whether you are scrolling through any options on your iPhone or just typing to reply to a message, every single time you may feel your phone is a bit more three-dimensional. This is possible due to Apple's haptics — powered by the company's Taptic Engine. And with the latest update of the iOS 16, Apple finally added haptic feedback as an option for the stock keyboard for all iPhone users. That means no more need for third-party apps! If you are excited to try this new feature, then here is a quick guide for you on how to enable a haptic keyboard on your iPhone.
How to use the new haptic keyboard on your iPhone
Want to try this new haptic keyboard on your iPhone? You will need to install the iOS 16 beta.
Once you have iOS 16 beta on your iPhone, then simply enable the haptic feedback option. To do so, first open Settings.
Now tap Sounds & Haptics and then click on Keyboard Feedback.
Here, you will need to tap “Haptic” under “Sound.”
And it’s done! From now on, you’ll feel a subtle vibration whenever you type. You can also turn it off in a similar manner whenever you need it.
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