Don’t want your new iPhone to vibrate on every screen tap you make? If that is the case, then you can just disable the iOS feature that makes it do so. This post will walk you through altering this setting on the recently rolled out iPhone 14 devices. Here’s a quick guide to disable system haptics on the Apple iPhone 14.
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Depicted below is the actual process of turning the system haptics feature on or off on the recently rolled out iPhone 14 devices.
Just follow these steps whenever you need help getting this done on your new iPhone.
- First, open the iOS Settings app by tapping on the gear-shaped icon on the Home screen of the iPhone.
The settings icon can also be accessed through the iPhone's App Library. To get there, simply swipe right from the Home screen.
On the App Library, you will see different app icons that are grouped accordingly.
- While in the main settings menu, scroll to find then tap Sounds & Haptics.
It's normally grouped with other iOS features like notifications, focus, and screen time.
- In the Sounds & Haptics menu, you will see sound-related features and options including keyboard feedback, lock sound, and more.
Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and you should see the System Haptics toggle.
The switch is turned on by default thus, your phone vibrates each time you tap or touch the screen.
- To disable this feature, simply tap to turn the System Haptics switch OFF.
Doing so will stop your iPhone from vibrating when you touch or tap something on the screen.
- Should you wish to activate and use this vibration feature again, just repeat the same steps to head back to the Sounds & Haptics menu then toggle to turn the System Haptics switch back ON.
The iPhone will then resume playing haptics for system controls and screen interactions.
- Apple iPhone 14
How does System Haptics work on an iPhone?
When you get a hold of a new iPhone, you’ll notice that it vibrates on every tap you make on the screen. It does this because of the so-called haptic feedback that’s enabled in the system by default. So, when you perform actions involving system apps and services like touching and holding the stock camera app icon on the Home screen produces haptic feedback in a form of vibration.
While this isn’t a big deal to many iPhone owners, some aren’t comfortable having this feature on. Thus, Apple offered an option to disable or enable the haptic feedback feature
And that’s it!