iOS 16 adds haptic feedback to the iPhone keyboard
Apple announced last night during the Worldwide Developers Conference that iOS 16 will allow users to enable haptic feedback while typing. By enabling this feature, you will feel a slight vibration every time you tap on one of the letters on the iPhone keyboard.
Apple’s haptic feedback, which originates from the Taptic Engine, is one of the best in smartphones. Of course, in recent years, many Android phones have also been equipped with a high-quality haptic system.
- iOS 16 introduced with new features for iPhone 8 and later
- iOS 16 makes it possible to use Face ID in landscape mode
Before, one of the options to access haptic feedback was to use the Google keyboard. In 2019, Google added haptic feedback to the iOS version of the Gboard app.
A keyboard equipped with haptic feedback is just one of the new features of iOS 16. Apple’s new operating system redesigns the iPhone’s lock screen and includes new wallpapers. iOS 16 is released for iPhone 8 and newer models.