How To Force-Close Apps in iOS 7.

In the Past when you want to close any app in iOS, you press the home button twice and an app drawer pops-up, then a long press on the app icon reveals the closing option. But in iOS 7, things are a bit different, whenever you press the home button twice, instead of only an app drawer you will see cards showing a thumbnail of the app. Don’t worry, it’s not that difficult to force-close an app in iOS 7 but even easier than before.

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You will be able to swipe cards from left to right or either way, swiping it all the way to right will take you to the card of home screen and all the way to left will take you to the most recent app you opened. Tapping a card will launch the app and pressing the home button will not take you to the home screen again but it will open the app whose card will be in front of you.

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(Credit: Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/CNET)

To force close an app because of freezing or troubleshooting or any other issue, open the multitasking by pressing the home button twice and swipe the card up, Not the icon but the card.


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