How to Make Keyboard Vibrate on iPhone: A Guide to iOS 16’s New Feature

Open the Settings app. Go to Sounds &, Haptics >, Keyboard Feedback. Turn Haptic on or off .

Typing on a smartphone can sometimes feel less satisfying than typing on a physical keyboard. However, with Apple’s new iOS 16 update, iPhone users now have access to a feature that allows them to enable keyboard vibrations or haptic feedback while typing.

To enable the feature, you will need to go to your iPhone settings and scroll down until you find the “sounds and haptics” option. Once you click on it, you will see a “keyboard feedback” option. Click on it to configure whether you want the sound on or just the haptic feedback.

It is important to note that if your vibration motor on the iPhone is not working, the feature will not work. Once the feature is enabled, you will feel a little bit of a vibration motor sense when typing, which is much more satisfying than the standard typing experience.

If you want to disable the feature, you can easily go back to the iPhone settings and scroll down to the “keyboard feedback” option. From there, you can disable it with just one click.

Overall, this is a great feature for anyone who wants a more satisfying typing experience on their iPhone. If you have any questions or thoughts, feel free to leave them in the comments below.


How do I make my keyboard vibrate on touch?
On your Android phone or tablet, install Gboard.Open the Settings app .Tap System. Languages &, input.Tap Virtual Keyboard. Gboard.Tap Preferences.Scroll down to "Key press."Pick an option. For example: Sound on keypress. Volume on keypress. Haptic feedback on keypress.
Can I make my iPhone vibrate when I text?
On iPhone 7 and later, go to Settings >, Sounds &, Haptics. On earlier iPhone models, go to Settings >, Sounds. You can choose if you want your iPhone to vibrate when set to Ring or Silent mode. If you turn off both settings, your iPhone won't vibrate.
Why does my keyboard vibrate on iPhone?
That's called haptic feedback, and you can now use that feature on your keyboard to enhance typing on the iPhone. In lieu of those annoying clacking sounds you're probably used to, haptic feedback provides a silent way to get a more immersive experience when using an iPhone.