The new models of iPhone - iPhone 7 and iPhone specifically 7 Plus - feature an integrated Home button that provides feedback when performing some actions on iOS haptic system. For us to understand, it is that kind of vibrating "sound" that gives us the iPhone when we interact with it by activating some options, toggles, buttons and functions.
However, this response occurs due to the integrated tactical motor. This novelty can be annoying and you may prefer the peace of mind of having it disabled. We teach you how to do it.
How to disable the haptic system on iPhone
Although the haptic system is aimed at improving the user experience in iPhone 7 and later models novelty, some people may prefer a quieter interface and fewer feedback, so we show how to disable the haptic system:
1) Open Settings on your iPhone and go to Sound & Haptics
2) Swipe to the end, where you will find the haptic system enabled by default. Swipe the toggle to disable it.
The deactivation you will notice immediately, although activating or deactivating something is when you would notice the vibration. Remember that if by going to Settings> Sounds can not find the option haptic system is because your iPhone is a previous model iPhone in July.
Haptics feedback generally offers a pleasant feeling that most users like, because it reminds them of the real feel of using physical actuators when setting up functions. Try it, and if missing, you can always turn it back on.
Certainly we will find the haptic system on other Apple devices in the future, such as the iPad or even the Touch Bar of the MacBook Pro, but for now, is a unique technology Apple Watch - very useful gadget for its size and minimalism - and iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.