It remains understood that the upcoming iPhone 6 is going to be heavily loaded with some very interesting sensors useful on its hardware as well as software. With all the major enhancements planned by Apple for the iOS 8, the iPhone 6 is going to receive everything that we had been waiting for including an improved camera, NFC and enhanced LTE connectivity. We were all more than happy to learn about these features but a recent report has taken this excitement to a whole new level as it says that the iPhone 6 is going to include dynamic haptic feedback.
This feature is going to enhance the typing experience benefitting from third-party keyboard support. Users who have had some experience with jailbreaking their phones might know what we are talking about. But all such features have never seen any smooth working and they are said to deplete battery life but now we are looking forward to something sturdy for the iPhone 6.
Haptic feedback is also known as the tactile feedback and is the vibrating sensation that you get when you touch the phone. This has almost become a necessity now because users feel more secure knowing that their touch has landed on the keypad and has been acknowledged by the phone. It has been long enough that this feature has rested on the Android devices and surely Apple wasn’t going to stay behind for long.