With iOS 16, users can now enable haptic feedback while typing. After enabling haptic feedback, users will notice vibrations under their fingertips every time they type anything on the iPhone’s keyboard.
However, an online report suggests that enabling haptic feedback will lead to battery drain. As reported by 9to5Mac, Apple has warned its users in a support document that enabling haptic feedback may affect the iPhone’s battery life. “Enabling the touch keyboard feature may affect the battery life of your iPhone,” Apple said in its support document.
However, Apple has not revealed how much battery will drain after enabling haptic feedback. The report also adds that Apple has yet to put the tactile keyboard in Low Power Mode. This means that if you enable Low Power Mode, your keyboard touch will not be disabled even if it drains your iPhone battery.
If you also want to use haptic feedback on your keyboard, follow the steps mentioned below:
– Open the Settings app.
– Go to Sounds & Haptics > Keyboard Feedback.
– Enable or disable Haptic.