How to Turn off Digital Crown Haptic Feedback on Apple Watch Series 4

“Digital Crown” has always been an integral part of Apple Watch. With Series 4, this physical button has become even more proactive and offers haptic feedback when you are using it to scroll through apps, lists, and other things. If you find the haptic feedback unusual or don’t require it anymore, you can choose to disable the haptic crown on your Apple Watch Series 4.

Personally, I find this new feature a pretty well as it helps me remain in the know about what I am up to. But then again, what’s good for me may not necessarily be the same for everyone. That’s why it’s better to have the desired control over such features.

How to Disable Haptic Crown on Apple Watch from iPhone

Step #1. Launch Watch app on your paired iPhone.

Launch Apple Watch app on iPhone

Step #2. Now, tap on Sounds & Haptics.

Tap on Sounds & Haptics in Watch App

Step #3. Finally, turn off the switch next to Haptic Crown.

Turn off Switch next to Haptic Crown to disbale Digital Crown Haptic Feedback on Apple Watch Series 4

You can also disable it right from your Apple Watch. The steps are pretty same.

How to Turn Off the Haptic Crown on Apple Watch Series 4

Step #1. Open Settings app on your Apple Watch.

Step #2. Now, tap on Sounds & Haptics.

Step #3. Next, turn off the switch next to Haptic Crown.

That’s it! From now onwards you will no longer get haptic feedback when turning the Digital Crown.

Well, if you happen to change your mind later, follow the same steps mentioned above and then turn on the switch next to Haptic Crown in the end.

Wrapping up

The Series 4 comes with some very user-friendly features like ECG report, Fall Detection and more. This new-add on for the Digital Crown is pretty good as well. For the folks who want to have some assistance to keep them informed while navigating through on-screen elements, it can be handy.

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What’s your favorite feature in the Series 4? It would be great to know that.

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