The lack of a haptic keyboard on iPhone has long been a personal bugbear of mine. In fact, I even jailbroke my very first iPhone, the iPhone 4, just so I could use a haptic keyboard.
It's likewise long been a pet peeve of many other iPhone users too, and a point of mockery from Android fans whenever the long contested argument has surfaced about which platform delivers the best phones.
Well, mock no more, because after more than a decade with the release of iOS 16 and its many features, Apple has finally delivered official haptic keyboard feedback on iPhone.
Why they didn't do this before is beyond me. But now that haptic keyboard on iPhone arrived, you'll want to know how to enable it. Read on.
How to enable haptic keyboard on iPhone
1. Open the Settings app and tap Sounds & Haptics.
2. Tap Keyboard Feedback.
3. Toggle Haptic to on.
Easy, right? Now all that's left to do is enjoy the beautiful, satisfying feedback of haptic typing.
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Peter is Editor of the How To and Camera sections at Tom's Guide. As a writer, he covers topics including tech, photography, gaming, hardware, motoring and food & drink. Outside of work, he's an avid photographer, specialising in architectural and portrait photography. When he's not snapping away on his beloved Fujifilm camera, he can usually be found telling everyone about his greyhounds, obsessively detailing his car, squeezing as many FPS as possible out of PC games, and perfecting his espresso shots.