The iPhone-SE Haptic Touch does not work with notifications. Here is a workaround
The iPhone-SE is sure to be a hit—it’s essentially an iPhone 8 with the iPhone is filled 11 processor, internal to the very affordable price of $399. It has a lot of want features such as wireless charging, IP67 water resistance, and Portrait mode on the front and back cameras values. It also has Haptic Touch, Apple’s name for a long has<-press with haptic feedback./p>
Haptic Touch on the iPhone SE works everywhere, where you would expect it: on app icons, on web links, to times, dates and addresses in the news… everywhere, except, maybe for some reason in the notifications.
For the notifications on the lock screen or in notification center (swipe from the top to the bottom of the screen) long press does nothing. It’s a draw, how many notifications, previews, and allow for quick actions from the Haptic Touch menu. You can use the snooze-a smart camera, motion detection, viewing an E-Mail, and archive or delete them, or give yourself a quick reply to a SMS message.
On the iPhone-SE, by means of a long press on the notifications just will not do. However, Haptic Touch not work on the notification Banner, pop-up as new notifications come in while you are with your phone.
There is no setting to fix this, now, and it seems on purpose, rather than a bug (though we couldn’t explain why). But you can work around it.
drag the message with the question to the left and tap on Watch. The notification is expanded to show its full content and quick actions you can take.
Released on Mon, 27 Apr 2020 23:00:00 +0000