This year, Apple introduces a premium iPhone to celebrate ten years of its mighty iPhone, dubbed the iPhone X. The brand new iPhone X is a huge improvement to the iPhone family, coming with a lot of new things like wireless charging, OLED display, Face ID, and even more. For some hardcore Apple fans, the new iPhone X may change how they have been using their iPhone for years.
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to force quit apps on the iPhone X. Before we proceed, keep in mind that the iPhone X will arrive later than its two brothers, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Apple has confirmed that the device will hit stores on November 3.
How to force quit an app on the new iPhone X
The removal of the home button on the iPhone X changes the way we have been using our iPhone since the day one. Previously, you needed to double press the home button to open up App Switcher to force quit an app. However, things have changed,
Step one: While you are in an app, you simply need to swipe up from the bottom of the screen and stop
Step two: Once you do that, you will enter the App Switcher mode. From here, you will see all of your running apps. To force quit an app, just simply swipe up on a card app or long-press on an app card and then hit the red button.
How to take a screenshot on the new iPhone X
The process used to take a screenshot is slightly different on the iPhone X, as Apple has removed the home button from the device. If you need help, make sure you check out our steps below.
Step one: First off, make sure you go to the screen you wish to take the screenshot of
Step two: Once you are done, press and hold the side button on your device and then hit the Volume button (make sure you keep the side button pressed) to complete the task
Step three: You can locate your screenshot by heading to the Photos app on your device.
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