The software related to the iOS mobile operating system of the Apple iPhone gives us the possibility to perform all kinds of tricks to improve the user experience and even the performance of our devices. Some of these tips, like the one we’ll tell you about below, also save us a lot of time and convenience.
While it is true that Apple does not allow its users to close all iOS apps at the same time via a button or function, it is also true that the mechanics of its system allow multiple apps to be closed simultaneously by using touch gestures.
Closing many apps with different fingers has been a popular iOS trick for many years. But be very careful, because today, we are going to take this trick a little further … Today we’re going to teach you how to close apps simultaneously and fully automatically. Are we going to start?
How to close multiple iOS apps with a gesture
As we announced before, to close many iOS apps at the same time, simply open the multitasking menu (where you can see all the apps you have open on your iPhone) and ** place each of your fingers on it. interface of each app and swipe up ** to close them. Best of all, this little trick works in both portrait and landscape orientation.
But you can always improve this trick with the help of the AssistiveTouch feature. With this feature, you can close multiple apps at the same time and almost automatically.
1. To do this, go to Settings> Accessibility> Touch and activate AssistiveTouch.
2. Then press the option “Create new gesture …”.
3. Perform the same gesture that you would use to close multiple apps at the same time. In this case, it would be keeping three or four fingers on the screen and dragging them up.
Once done, all you have to do is save this new gesture and assign it to one of the commands of the AssistiveTouch function, such as triple press the side button or virtual start button, which will now appear on your screen as a floating button. What do you think of this wonderful tip?