What is a haptic devices?
Haptics is the science of applying tactile sensation to human interaction with computers. A haptic device is one that involves physical contact between the computer and the user, usually through an input/output device, such as a joystick or data gloves, that senses the body's movements.
Haptic / Tactile feedback (or haptics) is the use of advanced vibration patterns and waveforms to convey information to a user or operator. The word 'haptics' is derived from the Greek phrase 'I touch'. Many different applications can benefit from haptic feedback.
- Apple's iMessage app provides message status updates that let you know when a message has been delivered. It also has a handy feature called Read Receipts that lets you know when someone has read the message. Just read the iMessage and the sender will see the "Read" timestamp in their timeline.
- If it's green, it's an ordinary text message and doesn't offer the read/delivered receipts. iMessage only works when you're sending messages to other iPhone users. Even then, you'll only see that they've read your message if they've turned on the 'Send Read Receipts' option in Settings > Messages.
- Choose Options form the FILE menu. Click on Mail in the Outlook Options dialog window. Scroll down to the Tracking area. Check the 'Delivery receipt confirming the message was delivered to the recipient's e-mail server' and 'Read receipt confirming the recipient viewed the message' boxes.
Updated: 2nd October 2019