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Sunday, 25 December 2016

How to turn off the haptic feedback system on the iPhone

The new iPhone models offer haptic feedback system to perform various actions on iOS. This physical haptic feedback is done through the Taptic engine built into the iPhone, and you will notice it throughout iOS by activating different functions, buttons and features.

The system's haptic response is present in most actions, such as opening the notification center, switching user interface switches, opening Spotlight, zooming in on the screen, scrolling through date and number selectors, updating Mail, delete applications and much more.

Some users may not like the haptic system on the iPhone and may prefer to disable this feature.

How to turn off the haptic feedback system on the iPhone

  • Open the Settings app on the iPhone and go to "Sound and Vibrations"
  • Scroll to the bottom and move the "System Vibration" switch to the off position

Immediately you will feel that the haptic feedback has been disabled because moving the switch will no longer offer a small physical sensation.

If you do not see the configuration option to enable or disable the haptic system it is not likely to have an iPhone in July.

The haptic feedback function is generally quite pleasant and most users have a good physical feeling when adjusting various items on the screen, but for those who do not like this feature, it is easy to change the settings.

If you want to re-activate the haptic system, you can perform the same steps as above and move the corresponding switch to the on position.

It is quite likely that haptic feedback will be included on other iOS devices in the future, including the iPad and perhaps even on the Mac touchpad.

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