Each version of iOS adds a myriad of little features. This year, one of the most interesting is undoubtedly the presence of haptic feedback on the keyboard.
We know them iPhones. They refused to add a feature for years, then suddenly upon the launch of iOS 16 and the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro, they discovered the haptic feedback keyboard and really, it’s the greatest feature ever added in a smartphone.
Well, once this initial observation has passed, how the hell do you go about making the screen vibrate with each tap? Because the feature is not activated, you have to dig around a bit to find it. Follow the guide, it’s very simple and we’ll explain it to you step by step.
How to activate the haptic keyboard on iOS 16?
- Open the Settings app;
- Look for the Sounds and vibrations option;
- Inside, look for Back keyboard;
- There, you just have to check the Vibration option.
By the way, if you can’t stand the sound of the keyboard, this is also where you’ll have the opportunity to deactivate it. This will allow you to unmute without sounding your entire office or bus each time you reply to a message.
Let’s add that even if you are not a fan of the process, it will allow you to realize the quality of the haptic engine of the latest iPhone 14 and 14 Pro, which knows how to offer a clearly identifiable vibration while not being too aggressive.
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