iOS 12 makes closing apps on your iPhone X a lot simpler

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WWDC is on its peak and Apple has already proclaimed about a lot of new updates that will focus features on iOS and macOS.

On iPhone, the company will update iOS 12, which enables the user to easily ignore notifications and attempt to curtail phone addiction. The company also focuses on making closing apps of iPhone X more simpler.

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Apparently, the closing apps on flagships phones of Apple include long pressing cards in the app switcher, swiping up and tapping the minus button.

However, iOS 12 update aims to take down those operations like the extra long press in the center is being axed.

After the update, you can be able to swipe up once and swipe up again on the app that you want to terminate. It seems to be a minor change but ower having multiple iPhone already know about this.

After the criterion,  Apple SVP Craig Federighi has eventually described about the trending question: will iOS and macO be merged?

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The answer was no, but Federighi confirmed that the company has been working to allow its users to play iOS apps on Macs. According to Apple, they are working on the tool and it will be available sometime in 2019.

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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