iOS 7 claims to be bringing the true multitasking on board for iOS devices. Apple has turned on real multitasking interface on iOS devices with iOS 7. The iPhone and iPad users can now use multi-applications on their devices with iOS 7 installed on their devices. As per, Apple has updated the iOS layout in iOS 7. Everything becomes stranger for iOS 7 users on their iPhone and iPad devices. One of the major changes Apple has made is the multitasking interface and Notification Center. While multitasking is a new capability that your devices have just got with new iOS 7 download update.
iOS 7 Multitasking interface is bit change from previous iOS 6 multitasking pane which comes up with application icons that are running in background. However the iOS 7 multitasking interface features big thumbnails of applications with real-time updates on screen. Users can easily monitor two things at a same time, but it is just a managing trick. (Something that I use personally.)
In iOS 6 and older iOS version when we double press home button it slides up the screen with applications icons on the screen, and if press and hold icons button in multitasking pane it start jiggling with a red cross button on their right-upper corner to close the application.
But with iOS 7 roll out things are totally different. Now when you double press the home button you will be greeted with bigger thumbnails of applications, and everything start working on specific screen based gestures. So today’s tutorial guide is all about how to perform specific gestures.
In multitasking pane, you get a list of applications that are running on your device. On screen it shows two-to-three thumbnails but if you swipe right or left you will get more thumbnails.
In order to close the background running application, you will need to swipe up on application’s thumbnail to drag it out of container. Latest iOS 7 update is filled with handful of new gestures for iPhone and iPad devices.
In addition to new multitasking app switcher on iOS 7, the new app-switcher allows users to close multiple applications at the same time. To close multiple applications, all you have to use two or three fingers on screen and swipe up application thumbnails.
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