While fully closing apps on your iPhone can keep it running at peak efficiency since it frees up memory and stops background refreshing, it’s best used as a way to deal with unresponsive apps. When you have an issue with a certain app, just force-close it instead of rebooting. But the process of force-closing on the new iPhone X is different than other models, so how do you do it?

Since iOS 7, force-closing apps on most iPhones has remained the same and has carried over into iOS 11. So you will still double-click the home button and swipe up on the unresponsive app to close it. Since the… more

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