Google adds haptic feedback to its iOS keyboard today. Version 1.40 of Google's Gboard, discovered by 9to5Google provides an option to enable haptic feedback on newer iPhones returning to the iPhone 7. It's a subtle vibration for every keystroke, and that's something Apple doesn't & # 39; t offer with its own built-in iOS keyboard.
Most third-party keyboards also do not offer haptic feedback for key presses, and those who often cost money. Each letter, symbol, and number gives a little vibration to Google's Gboard update, and it feels good if you're used to typing on physical keyboards every day. You have to try it out for a few hours to see if it is annoying or helpful, though.
Google has not enabled this feature by default, so you need to enter the actual Gboard app to enable haptic feedback on key press. Google's latest Gboard update also includes additional language support for Mongolian and Lao, and some optimization to reduce overall app size. You can download Gboard from the Apple App Store.