I've never owned an iPhone, I've had an Android for 6 years so I apologise for my ignorance in advance. I do however, plan to buy the next iPhone and migrate away from Google period. I see all of my friends swiping away unused apps, closing them down and removing them from RAM (I guess?). Does iOS not handle multitasking well?! With my Nexus 4 running Lollipop (and since Jellybean probably) I've never had to close unused apps in this way, the multi-tasking is handled by the OS - is this not the same in iOS? Notifications. These seem very different in iOS. In Android, I can respond to individual notifications, and once I do, they are removed from the notifications. In iOS (and also on my Mac), it seems that when a notification is actioned, it remains in your notifications until you click the little cross next to the app? Is this correct? I can't verify as have no iOS device. Also, when doing a spotlight search, it seems that sometimes, "Search on web" is present, whereas other times it's not. Any idea why?