On the iPhone 7 it has completely disappeared button "physical" start, leading to a more sophisticated system that includes the "Taptic" technology. The new start button includes a tiny engine that is capable of playing a range of subtle vibrations.
In fact, this new feature is so good that Apple has decided to give a new API to developers to add custom vibration feedback for your applications. If you do not like this feature, you can turn off your iPhone haptic control 7 for things like system controls and other interactions.
It is clear that you can only disable vibration feedback for operating system specific interactions, such as turning the timer dial on the clock application, or date counter on the calendar app, among other things. Even if you disable the haptic system, still you get vibration feedback when using the 3D touch.
By this it is meant that the haptic ability to disable your iOS device does not turn off vibration for things like 3D Touch (Touch 3D) and phone calls. The vibration feedback for phone calls can be handled independently of the haptic system settings -> sounds and haptic on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and Settings -> Sound -> ringtone, in previous iPhone models.
How to disable haptic feedback on the iPhone 7
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone Plus iPhone 7 or 7 and go to "Sounds and haptic". It is clear that the section on "Sound" in configuration has been renamed in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus "Sounds and haptic".
- Slide the system haptic button at the bottom of the interface to the OFF position if you want to disable haptic feedback in most system functions.
- By sliding the switch to the ON position, you're giving your iPhone in July permission to operate the haptic system for controls and interactions.