Since the original model, Apple’s iPhone has always made an effort to mimic the older technology we used to rely on.
That obviously includes keyboards, which make a clicking sound whenever you press a key. There’s no reason for the iPhone’s virtual keyboard to do that, but it does.
The same is true when you “Lock” your device. You hear a “click” sound that is supposed to remind us of yesteryear, but many people find it unnecessary.
If you’re one of the people who find these sounds unnecessary, or even annoying…
Here’s how to disable keyboard clicks and lock sounds on your iPhone…
Open the “Settings” app on your iPhone.
Scroll through until you find the option labeled “Sound & Haptics.” Select it.
Scroll down until you find the two sections labeled “Keyboard Clicks” and “Lock Sounds,” respectively.
Use the toggle on the right side to disable whichever sound you’d like. If the toggle is green, the sound is enabled. Tap it once to turn it off.
That’s it! Now, you don’t have to worry about typing loudly with others around you!
Note that you can also reverse these steps to turn the sounds back on if you find that you prefer them.