A built-in haptic keyboard feedback feature in Apple’s iOS 16 allows you to feel vibrations as you type. The keyboard was not previously supported by haptics, unlike other gestures like typing an incorrect passcode or pressing and holding your screen to reveal content.
Keyboard haptics is a useful feedback tool to let you know when your input has been received. It can be used instead for keyboard clicks if you have to keep your phone off throughout the workday in order to avoid alerting others that you are typing a text message.
Here is how to enable or disable haptic keyboard feedback in iOS 16
When you update your iPhone to iOS 16, the keyboard haptics is still disabled. So, here are the steps on how to enable or disable haptic keyboard feedback in iOS 16, check it out:
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone
- Tap Sounds & Haptics
- Then scroll down and select Keyboard Feedback
- Now, tap the toggle to enable/disable Haptics