“There is no home button on iPhone X, how could we force close running apps on iPhone X without home button?”
Usually when we double click home button or virtual home button, it will bring out all our running apps on our iPhone or iPhone X, then we can swipe up to close them one by one. But for iPhone X, there is no home button, people may be curious about how to force close running apps without home button. Now in this article, you’ll learn how to do it. See below steps.
Force Close Running Apps on iPhone X with App Switcher
Now follow below steps and learn how to close iPhone X apps without a home button.
1.Unlock your iPhone X, swipe up from the horizontal line of you screen and pause with your finger in the middle of your screen until all your running app show up.
2.Now all your running apps with be with small image, when you swipe down, it will be with full screen. And when you swipe up, the running app will be closed.
3.Also when all running apps show up with small image at the centre of your screen, you can press the centre part of your screen, then it will show up “-” image icon at the left corner of your running app. And when you tap on “-” icon, your running app can be closed one by one.
Force Close Running Apps on iPhone X with Assistive Touch
We can also use Assistive Touch to force close running apps on iPhone X, see below steps.
1.Unlock your iPhone X, go to Setting--General--Accessibility--Assistive Touch, then turn on “Assistive Touch” button.
2.Now double click Assistive Touch floating button, then a menu will open with several options, like Notifications, Device, Control Center, Home, Siri and Custom. And we just need to tap on “Device”.
3.Then we’ll enter new interface with other options, find and click “More”, which may be with three dots placed horizontally.
4.Now we can see “Multitasking” option, click it and all our running apps will show up, now we can swipe up to close them one by one.