Although interacting with your iPhone through the touchscreen keypad is fun but if you count the number of errors you make, especially when you are in hurry or traveling, will make you wonder perhaps the physical keypads are better than the touchscreen. However, the iPhone touchscreen has come to stay and therefore, researches are on to find ways to reduce the touchscreen text input errors. Haptic is a term that refers to the sense of touch. The Computing Science Department of the University of Glasgow, Scotland is working on a project named iPhone-haptics to provide the virtual experience of touch of a button when the user touches the iPhone touchscreen reducing the possibility of errors while using the iPhone. Our brains are better programmed to experience the sensation of touch than the hassle of visual verification. With vibration technology already built into the iPhone, a wave of vibration could create the sensation of feeling a button, impersonating the ease of using a physical key pad. The iPhone experience is becoming easier by the day.