iPhone 7 and later models have a neat feature called “System Haptics.” Once enabled, it provides vibratory feedback when you toggle on/off any switch not only in the stock apps like Safari, Settings but also in third-party apps.
The real beauty about “System Haptics” is that it offers you feedback about your action. Unfortunately, haptic feedback stopped working on my iPhone a few days back. Some of my friends reported to has encountered this issue as well. Luckily, some tried and tested tricks came to our rescue and resolved the problem. Let’s check out!
Tips to Fix Haptic Feedback Not Working Issue on iPhone
Solution #1: Turn Off/On System Haptics, Reboot Your iPhone
Step #1. Launch Settings on your iPhone → Tap on Sounds & Haptics.
Step #2. Scroll down and turn off the switch next to System Haptics.
Step #3. Now, On your iPhone 7/7 Plus, press and hold the sleep/wake button. While still holding it, press and hold the volume down button for about ten seconds until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
On your iPhone 8 or later, Press and Release Volume Up Button, Press and Release Volume Down Button, and Press and Hold Side button until Apple Logo appears.
Step #4. Once your iPhone has restarted, turn on the System Haptics switch.
Step #5. Now, try to toggle on/off any switch like Keyboard Clicks or Lock Sound. The haptic feedback should work as usual.
Solution #2: Reset All Settings
If the first solution hasn’t fixed the issue, then you need to reset your iPhone to factory settings. Don’t worry; it won’t delete any data or media.
Step #1. Open Settings app on your iPhone → Tap on General → Reset.
Step #2. Scroll down and tap on Reset → Tap on Reset All Settings → Enter Passcode and confirm.
Solution #3: Update iOS on Your iPhone
Make sure to update your iPhone to the latest iOS version. Head over to Settings → General. Tap on Software Update and check out if there is any update waiting for you.
Solution #4: Restore Your iPhone As New
If the haptic feedback is still not working, restore your iPhone as new using iTunes. Make sure to backup your device before restoring it.
Step #1. Tap on your Profile → Tap on iCloud.
Step #2. Tap on Find My iPhone → Turn off the switch next to Find My iPhone.
Step #3. Connect your smartphone to Mac or computer → Launch iTunes → Select your iPhone.
Step #4. Click on Restore iPhone and confirm it.
That’s it! Haptic feedback should start working now as usual.
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