If you are an iPhone user and want to enable the Haptic keyboard on your phone, you can only do so indirectly on your iPhone. However, if you have installed Gboard on your iPhone, you can proceed with your concern. Interestingly, many users already have Gboard on their devices.
Unfortunately, they do not know how to use or enable keyboard haptic feedback on their iPhones. Gboard is recommended for enabling haptic keyboard feedback on iPhone. This article will discuss how to enable keyboard haptic feedback on your iPhone in simple steps.
How to enable keyboard haptic feedback on your iPhone: Here are the Simple Steps
As mentioned, enabling haptic feedback on your iPhone is possible with the well-known Gboard. Most users already have Gboard installed on their devices but need to learn how to enable it. Below, we have stated the key steps respectively.
Note: If you have already installed Gboard on your iPhone, update it to the latest version.
- Firstly, launch the Gboard app on your iPhone.
- Search for Gboard and download it if you have not already.
- Now, head to your device settings.
- Navigate to General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard > Gboard > Gboard > Allow Full Access.
- Open the Gboard app and tap Keyboard Settings.
- Enable haptic feedback on the critical press.
- Your iPhone will now have haptic feedback enabled.
Now, you can experience haptic feedback on your iPhone while using Gboard. To do this, click on the globe icon on your iPhone keyboard and choose Gboard. Afterward, you will feel vibrations while typing.
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