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by Lydia on Nov. 07, 2017 | NO COMMENT

A Quick Tip to Close Out Apps on iPhone X

With no longer the familiar home button on iPhone X, how do you close apps on iPhone X? The post tells all about forcing quitting apps on iPhone X.

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Most of you have such deep-rooted idea in mind that forcing quit the running apps from the app switcher can save your iPhone X battery life. Actually this brings the opposite result, and you’d better stop doing so. But if some apps get stuck and unresponsive, you are encouraged to kill and close apps on iPhone X. iPhone X has already got rid of the home button, so how to close out apps on iPhone X?

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A Quick Tip to Close Out Apps on iPhone X

Step 1. Swipe up from bottom of your iPhone X and hold your finger on the center of the screen for a second. You’ll see all the running app here.

Step 2. Tap and hold one of the apps and you’ll see the red “-” buttons at the top-left corner of each app.

Step 3. Tap the red “-” buttons or just swipe up any app to close out them. To exit the force-quitting mode, tap on the bottom empty area.

How to Force Quit Apps on iPhone X

How to Force Quit Apps on iPhone X

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