Turn off vibration when typing iPhone

In this article, we will first talk about the steps to turn off vibration when typing, i.e. turn off keyboard vibration. We will consider what options these actions are made of in the menu on iOS and Android devices respectively. Sometimes users can complain that keyboard vibration does not turn on, keyboard vibration does not turn off, or the keyboard does not vibrate. One of the biggest reasons for this may be third-party applications developed for the keyboard. Problems can occur because these applications manage many keyboard settings on their own.

Turn off iPhone keyboard vibration

Keyboard vibration is not naturally present on iPhone. So there's no support offered by Apple for this, so you may be using a third-party app, whether you're aware of it or not. You need to check if there is a service coming through Google GBoard or Microsoft SwiftKey. Let's take a step-by-step look at how to turn off keyboard vibration assuming you're using SwiftKey:

  • Open the SwiftKey app on iPhone.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap the key next to Key Tactile Feedback.

Exit the screen and open any app. The touch vibration feature must be lost when using the keyboard. If there are no changes, it should be thought that keyboard vibration is provided from another application. A similar path needs to be followed to turn off vibration supply at systemic touches. If we are talking about SwiftKey, on the Android side, the settings are similar, but keep in mind that some expressions may be different.

  1. Enter your phone's Settings screen.
  2. Select Sounds and Vibration.
  3. Go to System Audio / Vibration Control.
  4. Tap the switch next to Samsung Keyboard. This gray switch shows keyboard vibration. If it is blue or green, keyboard vibration is active. When grayed out, you can tell the option is disabled.

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