I’ve been using the iOS 16 public beta for the past couple of
weeks. It’s nice in that it’s pretty stable. But it’s also
honestly not that different in day-to-day usage. Except for three
really key and really awesome changes.
I agree on all three of his features. But one of them I did not even know existed until I read M.G.’s post — an option to turn on haptic feedback for the on-screen keyboard. I’ve now gone from thinking “Hey, iOS 16 betas are pretty damn stable this year” all the way to “I might have to install this on my primary iPhone right now”.
And might I suggest pairing it with sound? As in, the sound turned
on. My phone is almost always muted of any noise, but I’ve long
loved the iOS keyboard faux “clicks” and wish I could just turn
those on and nothing else. Now I want that even more with haptic
feedback. Because it makes typing on the device almost fun. Sort
I know most people seemingly despise the key click sounds, but I have always loved them. I don’t know if I do type better on-screen with them, but I feel like I do, which is actually more important. I’ve long wished for an option in Settings to keep key clicks audible even when the hardware mute switch is engaged. (If anyone at Apple is listening, go ahead and put that option somewhere inside Accessibility, where all the other awesome “secret” settings are.)
★ Wednesday, 27 July 2022