Does the ipod Touch Vibrate?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by detz, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. detz
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    Sorry, I don't own one but as a developer it's something that I'm curious about. If the iPod Touch does not vibrate I will have to think of another way to alert the user. :D
     
  2. RKO
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    No vibration on the ipod touch at this stage.
     
  3. iLoveMyApple
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    Well a nuclear physicist would say the opposite. When at 0K the atoms of the iPod touch would not be vibrating at all (no energy) :p
     
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  7. iAppleONE
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    well to be honest it kinda does, when you max the volume the back metal plate does vibrate .... :D
     
  8. mrdonnelly
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    lmao. True.
    But the iPod touch doesn't vibrate, the iPhone does.
    When the speaker is at max, there is a slight hint of vibration.
     
  9. kwk1
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    Well, hahahaha I just cracked up!:p

    I was playing Texas Holdem and I thought I saw a button for vibrate.
    Never tried it out though.
     
  10. Ivan P
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    Yeah, there's an option for it in the Facebook app too. It'd just be there for people with an iPhone.
     
  11. mackmgg
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    i guess in theory you culd have it play the lowest note that the speaker can play and then it wont be audible to humans but will still vibrate
     
  12. Ivan P
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    The volume has to be turned up really loud (as in, between almost full and full) for it to start vibrating.
     

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