iPhone SE 2 users have discovered that the haptic touch engine doesn’t work in quite the same way, so holding down on a notification won’t pull up the usual list of actions for an app.
The new iPhone SE hasn’t long been out in the wild, but buyers have already managed to find an annoying quirk on the handset. Notifications don’t react to long presses from the user, so there are none of the usual snooze or view options available from the notification centre.
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There is a sort-of workaround for this; users can swipe left to pop up the ‘view’ option of most app notifications. And Mac Rumours reports that haptic touch does work on live, incoming notifications, but not on messages displayed in the main notification centre or on the phone’s lock screen.