The steps in this article are going to show you how to turn off vibrate on an iPhone 11.
- Following these steps is going to turn off all vibration on your iPhone. This includes things like notifications, vibrate on silent, vibrate on ring and more.
- Vibration is separate from haptic feedback. If you also want to turn off haptics, you can do so by going to General > Sounds & Haptics > System Haptics.
- If you’re turning off your iPhone’s vibration and you also keep your iPhone on silent, then you are only going to to know that you have received a notification or alert by looking at the device, unless you have something like an Apple Watch that mirrors notifications.
Your iPhone provides you with the ability to set a different vibration pattern for different app notifications, as well as letting you create a custom vibration for some of these notifications. The ability to adjust vibration settings in this way can really help to make vibration feedback more useful.
But you may not like the vibration as a means of alert, even if your phone is on silent mode. These vibrations can come from sources such as incoming texts or incoming calls, to a retail app letting you know about a special deal.
Rather than going through each individual app’s settings and various notification options, there is a way to completely disable all vibration on an iPhone 11. Our guide below will show you how.
How to Turn Off Vibration on an iPhone
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 11 in iOS 13.4.1. Note that if you turn vibration off with these steps it will override any other vibration settings that you may have set on the device.
Step 1: Open the Settings app.
Step 2: Scroll down and choose the Accessibility option.
Step 3: Select the Touch button.
Step 4: Tap the button to the right of Vibration to turn it off.
As mentioned earlier, this is a separate setting from the haptics on your iPhone. You can disable those with the following steps.
Step 1: Open Settings.
Step 2: Tap Sounds & Haptics.
Step 3: Touch the button to the right of System Haptics at the bottom of the screen.
While the steps in this guide were performed on an iPhone 11, they will work on most other iPhone models using newer versions of iOS, such as an iPhone 6 or an iPhone X.
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