A very basic example of how to call the "Peek" and "Poke" haptic feedback.
It's private actuation methods are hidden in
_UITapticEngine classes and are called by
UIPreviewInteractionController when appropriate.
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The methods and classes for Taptic Engine can be found using Runtime Headers, look for
iOS 9 SDK, Xcode 7
iOS 9 (and an iPhone 6s/6s Plus). Doesn't work in the Xcode simulator!
A big thank you goes to Dal Rupnik for his research http://unifiedsense.com/development/using-taptic-engine-on-ios.html.
TapticPeekAndPop is released under the MIT license. See LICENSE file for more information.