Most people don’t know that an iPhone app stays open and runs in the background until you close it. If you open an application (such as Safari, iTunes, eMail etc.), the only way to turn it off is to manually close it or completely power off your cell phone. It’s important to not have many apps running in the background at once because they use processing power, which in turn uses battery life!
In iOS7, the method for closing apps is slightly different from previous versions of iOS. Follow the steps below for turning off your apps.
How to close iPhone apps in iOS7
- Double tap on the home button. This will open the multi-task screen, and you will see which apps you have open on your phone.
- Slide to the left and right to see how many apps you currently have running in the background
- Put your finger on an open app and swipe up. Once you’ve swiped all the way to the top,the app will disappear and it will be closed.
- Once all the apps are closed, only the home screen will remain open. Tap the home button to exit the multi-task screen.
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Closing iPhone apps
Now that you know how to close your iPhone’s apps in iOS7, your battery life should last much longer. Just remember to completely close an app every time you’re done using it! If you still need more battery life, consider buying a Mophie Juice Pack.
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