Typing on iPhone is going to be a lot better: How to enable haptic feedback on iPhone keyboard
Ever since smartphones become all touchscreen, typing on the smartphone screen feels like not typing at all, especially during my first years using iPhone – the iPhone 3G back then. Fast forward to present time today, although I’m definitely better at typing on smartphone screen – and already becoming a habit – but I’m still longing days where phone was giving me tactile feedback when typing (E.g. by pressing down the actual button). Good thing, Apple – after about 15 years releasing the original iPhone – finally made it possible with the iOS 16. Apple introduce Haptic feedback on iPhone keyboard. Let me walk you through on how you can do the same with your iPhone.
- This article share how you can easily set your iPhone keyboard to provide haptic feedback as you type.
- Although this article is mentioning iPhone and iOS only, however the same steps work for iPad and iPadOS.
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Here’s how to enable haptic feedback on built-in iPhone keyboard
Follow these simple steps to enable haptic feedback on your iPhone keyboard.
1) Ensure you are on iOS 16 (or anything after)
This tip is only working on iOS 16 and up, so if you are not yet on iOS 16 (or anything above), follow the link below for step by step to update your iPhone today to iOS 16.
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2) Open Settings
On your iPhone, go to Settings.
3) Navigate to Keyboard Settings
Inside Settings, then go to Sounds & Haptics > Keyboard Feedback.
4) Enable Haptic
That’s it. Now give it a try. Your iPhone keyboard should now gives you feedback when you type.
Bring it all together
With this tip, now if you are like me – someone who long for something tactile while typing, with iOS 16 and setting changed like I showed above, you can now have haptic feedback on your iPhone keyboard. In case you have queries or are facing difficulties, don’t hesitate to put your issues or thoughts down below on the comment section. I’ll be happy to assist!
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