It is meant to feel like a substantial click even when you can't hear the clicking sound (for example when playing loud music) right? When I can't hear the click, it feels too light to feel like a click. And I'm sure this only started happening earlier.First I've heard of it.
Already tried it.Sorry, never heard of this either. Have you tried the different settings on the haptic? Not saying you are crazy, just suggesting that it might "reset" whatever you are experiencing. Or it might remind you of what light vs. strong feedback is? Just a suggestion. Throwing darts.
Maybe this is the best idea. Go into an Apple store (hopefully nearby), try it against the floor models. If it is weaker at same setting, than something is faulty. Get an exchange right there. Don't forget to backup in case you do exchange.Not directly relatable, but I had an iPhone 7 from launch day, and the home button had weak haptic vibration and also the force touch didn't feel strong at all.
Went into the Apple store and they exchanged it for no charge.
Maybe there's something wrong with your device's haptic motor.