How to turn on the Haptic Feedback on your iPhone

How to turn on the Haptic Feedback on your iPhone

It might have an effect on your iPhone's battery life

iOS 16 now has the ability to enable haptic feedback when typing, which means you’ll feel a little vibration beneath your fingers every time you click a key on the iPhone’s virtual keyboard. However, those subtle sensations may come at a cost: according to a new support page, turning on haptic feedback may reduce the battery life of your iPhone.

Now, one thing to note is that the overall battery performance of your iPhone depends on your individual style of usage, so you may not even feel that much of a difference when you turn on this setting, and personally, we have been waiting for this feature, and at the moment, we have enabled haptic feedback on our devices, and if you want to do the same, this guide is for you.

Let’s take a look at how you can enable Haptic Feedback on your iPhone.

Step 1. Open the settings apps on your iPhone.