How to close (force quit) apps in iOS7?
Want to quit more than one app? Use two fingers. It just works.
Those who are accustomed to iOS6 might find themselves lost when it comes to closing their Apps down from the multitasking screen. Like all things to do with Apple, it’s simple. Alls you have to do is swipe the App upwards and it disappears. It will no longer be working in the background.
Just like in the picture, there’s no more need for the little red bubbles above the Apps. Just double tap your Home Button and BOOM!
- How to quit and kill (force quit) apps in iOS 7 (imore.com)
- How to Close Apps and Multitask in iOS 7 (laptopmag.com)
- New lease on life or death sentence? iOS 7 on the iPhone 4 (arstechnica.com)
- iOS 7 Quick Guide: 5 must-know iOS 7 features (tuaw.com)
Posted on September 19, 2013, in Tips & Tricks and tagged App, App Store, Apple, apps, force quit, how to kill apps in iOS7, iOS, IOS 6, iOS7, IPad, iPhone, IPhone 5, iPhone5, iPod, IPod Touch, multitasking, SpringBoard, swipe to close, update, what is new in iOS7. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.