Does the annoying keyboard typing sound send you into a rage, especially when you have your AirPods connected to your iPhone? If yes, don’t bear this trouble. We’ll tell you how to shut off the keyboard clicks. It takes just a few steps!
How to disable keyboard typing sound for AirPods on iPhone?
The sounds of key clicks give you some haptic feedback. If you are not aware, Haptics is a type of technology that gives you a tactile response, a response you can physically feel when you do something. It seeks to enhance touch gestures and interactions like scrolling through a picker or toggling a switch but can get annoying at times. So, if you do not want this feature enabled and want to disable the Keyboard typing sound for AirPods, follow these instructions.
- Unlock your iPhone by entering the passcode.
- Go to Settings.
- Select Sounds & Haptics.
- Scroll down to Keyboard Clicks.
- Switch the toggle to the Off position.
Haptic Touch can be a little annoying to work with because it requires you to hold your finger on a UI element for a longer period of time.
How do I turn off the typing sound?
Firstly, unlock your iPhone by entering the passcode.
Assuming you have your AirPods connected to your iPhone, go to Settings.
Under the Settings screen, scroll down to locate the Sounds and Haptics heading.
When found, tap the heading to open the Sounds & Haptics screen.
Under it, check if the switch next to the Keyboard Clicks option is set to the On position. If yes, simply slide the switch to the opposite end to disable the function.
Hereafter, when you type something in Notes or Message, you’ll not hear the keyboard typing sound.
Similarly, if you would like to disable the Haptics for system controls and interactions, turn off the toggle next to the System Haptics entry.
Should system haptics be on or off?
For some users, it’s nothing more than a battery drain. However, once you choose to disable this feature, your phone will no longer vibrate when you get a phone call or a text. So, it’s your personal choice whether to keep this feature enabled or not. However, if you are a person with no physical disability and do a lot of typing on your device, I would recommend disabling this feature.
That’s all there is to it. Hope it makes sense!