The iPhone 7 and later versions include a great new function called System Haptics. When you turn on or deactivate any built-in or third-party apps on your iPhone after activating this function, a vibration will be felt. System Haptics’ primary function is to essentially provide you with feedback regarding the actions you take on your iOS device. Let’s learn more about System Haptics on the iPhone in this post, including how to enable or disable them.
What is iPhone 13 System Haptics: How to Enable or Disable
Your iPhone 13 will begin to vibrate when you take certain actions, like changing some settings or utilising the flashlight. These noises are actually referred to as haptic feedback and are produced by the Taptic Engine.
With the iPhone 13, this haptic feedback has been upgraded to Haptic Touch. This feature enables you to quickly glance through documents or access rapid action menus.
Simply put, your iPhone 13 will vibrate or touch briefly whenever you execute various actions. Basically, if you change some settings on your iPhone 13 or open quick action menus with Haptic Touch, you will feel these taps or clicks.
If your iPhone 13’s haptic feedback feature isn’t functioning, try the below-listed fixes. How to activate or deactivate System Haptics in iPhone 13 is as follows:
- First of all, open Settings on your iPhone 13.
- After that go to Sounds & Haptics.
- Then navigate to the bottom and turn off the switch next to System Haptics.
- On your iPhone 13, you need to press and release Volume Up button, press and release the volume down button, and then press and hold the Side button until you see Apple Logo.
- After your iPhone 13 has rebooted, you will have to turn on the System Haptics switch again.
- Finally, you can try to toggle on or off to any Switch like Keyboard Clicks or Lock Sound. This way the haptic feedback will work as usual.
And that is all there is to know about System Haptics on the iPhone 13 and how to turn them on or off. Don’t forget to look at How to Instantly Share Files from Android to iPhone 13 and How to Add Specific Contacts to the Home Screen on the iPhone 13.