A small novelty that many will appreciate in iOS 16 is the ability to activate haptic feedback to get physical confirmation when a key is pressed. This feature is disabled by default but is convenient and uses the Taptic Engine to make a small noise when a key is pressed on the keyboard. It differs from the classic sound you hear on the keyboard when typing, and is comfortable because the sensation of pressing the keys is felt even when silence is activated.
How to enable haptic feedback on iOS keyboard
- Open Settings on iPhone with iOS 16
- Choose the “Sounds and Haptic Feedback” option.
- Select “Keyboard Feedback” and from here leave “Sounds” on and activate “Haptic Feedback”
From now on, using the keyboard, you will feel the vibration even when the phone is set to silent mode by typing different characters on the screen: convenient and simple.
If the option in question does not satisfy you, then obviously deactivate it from the settings section as explained above.
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