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How To Enable The New Haptic Keyboard In iOS 16

How To Enable The New Haptic Keyboard In iOS 16

Even while iOS 16 won't be available on all devices for some time, early betas have already shown off some of the lesser-known features that Apple didn't spend that much time discussing at the time of the official unveiling. According to a recent announcement from Apple, The iPhone will now have a built-in haptic keyboard feature, which will let you feel sensations while you type. 

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One of iOS 16's finest features is the new Haptic Touch keyboard. Apple has now integrated this kind of keyboard feature into their phones for the very first time, but it has long been a feature of Android handsets.

However, iPhone users have long asked for haptic feedback when typing on the native keyboard. Up to the release of iOS 16, the only way to get feedback when typing on an iPhone was to utilize a third-party app like Google's Gboard.

How To Enable The New Haptic Keyboard in iOS 16

if you're interested in finding out more about the haptic touch keyboard or how to use the Haptic Touch keyboard in iOS 16, then is post is definitely for you. After downloading and installing iOS 16 on your phone, the haptics on the native keyboard is still deactivated. To enable the new haptic keyboard on your iPhone, follow these below-mentioned steps:

  • Open the "Settings" page of your iPhone.
  • Scroll down a bit and find & tap on "Sound & Haptics."
  • Under the Sound & Haptics page find & tap on "Keyboard Feedback."
  • Finally, tap on the toggle switch adjacent to "Haptic" to enable it.
There you go! Every time you hit a letter on the iPhone native keyboard, you will feel haptic feedback will be given.

Conclusion

So that's how you quickly enable the new haptic touch keyboard in iOS 16. So go ahead and turn on this feature to get a completely new typing experience on the iPhone's native keyboard.

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