since when has the iphone or touch had haptic feedback? I'll take Flash and multitasking over these products giving me the tingles.Push notifications and alarms. Games. Haptic key feedback. I even have an iPhone comic book that can be set to vibrate when there is a big "BANG!" in the story.
Well that isn't an option is it... Flash and multitaskingsince when has the iphone or touch had haptic feedback? I'll take Flash and multitasking over these products giving me the tingles.
Unfortunately, I'm not "most people," I have a severe hearing loss, so I don't hear most notifications and alarms through the tinny iPhone speakers. I don't know if the iPad's speakers are louder than the iPhones, but having a "vibrate to notify" option gives me more peace of mind, especially since if the vibrate can be set "loud" enough, I can feel it through a table or the floor. Hm, I should probably write Apple and suggest this as an accessibility feature.So you're expecting to carry the iPad around your waist or something so you feel it?
I think most people will have the iPad on a table or docked most of the time and will hear notifications and alarms over the speaker.
Yes there are. For example, Eliminate Pro: When you get shot, your iPhone vibrates to alert you that you're losing energy.Are there games that use vibration as an effect?