Using iOS 16 on your iPhone? Try this AMAZING haptic keyboard trick now
The haptic keyboard can add slight vibrations while typing on your iPhone's keyboard, giving you greater control of what is happening and decreasing chances of mistakes. You just need to update your iPhone to iOS 16 and follow the steps.
If your iPhone is eligible for the latest iOS 16 update, then you should not miss out on experiencing this amazing trick that has been shipped with this latest operating software. All the iPhones including the latest iPhone 14 range, iPhone 13, iPhone 12, iPhone 11 and all other eligible models have been provided by Apple with the haptic keyboard now. This amazing trick will allow you to feel tiny vibrations on your fingertips every single time you press a key on your iPhone's keyboard. The haptic feedback comes with a subtle effect to enhance your typing experience and it will ensure you are in total control while typing, minimising chances of going wrong.
So if you have already moved to iOS 16, or are willing to do so, then you will need to turn the iPhone haptic keyboard feature on manually. Here's how to do it.
How to turn on Haptic Touch on iPhone
Ensure that your iPhone is running on iOS 16. If you haven’t updated your iPhone, then simply go to the Settings app > General > Software Update. This will automatically update it to iOS 16.
Once you have iOS 16 beta on your iPhone, then again 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.
Did you know?
For the first time, Apple introduced the haptic feedback kind of feature to the iPhone with its Taptic Engine technology in iPhone 7, which enabled 3D Touch using slight vibrations to some limited action, such as tapping onto a notification. Later, Apple removed the 3D Touch with the arrival of iOS 13 and finally introduced the haptic Touch to certain elements in the user interface, for example, preview emails, move the cursor, rearrange icons, or open the camera and more.
Now, after three years, Apple has finally added this Haptic Touch feature to iPhone's keyboard with iOS 16.