Here is how to get the Haptic feedback on iPhone’s keyboard running iOS 12/11/10.
So before we begin, know What is Haptic Feedback?
Haptic feedback is the form of modern vibration on your iPhone when touched or pressed or performed a certain action.
Android phones have got haptic feedback on their keyboard for years but Apple hasn’t implemented till now. So to get the experience of haptic feedback over the keyboard on your iPhone, all you need to download a Cydia tweak called HapticKeys.
For this, you need to jailbreak your device and it is possible if your iPhone and iPad is running iOS 12-10. If your device is not yet jailbroken then here’s how to jailbreak iPhone on iOS 12-10.
HapticKeys is jailbreak tweak that adds haptic feedback on your iPhone and iPad’s keyboard including 3 different styles and more.
HapticKeys tweak is developed by iOS developer Colecabra and is available in Cydia’s Packix repo for $0.99.
After installation of the tweak, you don’t need to respring your device to make it work. You will also have a preference pane in the Settings app where you get the option to enable or disable the tweak, vibration to light, medium or heavy and custom haptic feedback for individual app.
How to Install Haptic Feedback on iPhone’s Keyboard
Installing haptic feedback is so simple as you first need to;
#1. Add a repo on your iPhone called Packix.
#2. Search for the HapticKeys and install it.
That’s it. You can now enjoy the Haptic feedback on your iPhone’s keyboard the way you like.