Multi-tasking - how to really close app

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Jamo12, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. Jamo12 macrumors regular

    Jamo12

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    #1
    Since Apple is going to implement multi-tasking I want to make sure that, in the keynote, single click didn't close the app. I think that that statement is correct. If it is, how would you completely close the app if you didn't want it open at all? Would your phone just be filled with open apps b/c singe click doesn't close it?

    Just a little concern that I was wondering if anyone could enlighten me.
    DFTBA!
    -Jamo
     
  2. acfusion29 macrumors 68040

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  3. thespazz macrumors 6502a

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    #3
    To follow up that half-useless post:

    You open up the Task Manager and hold on the icon until the delete icon shows up
     
  4. ecks618 macrumors 6502

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    #4
    During the event this question was asked and I don't think a exact answer was given. Apparently there is some sort of predefined algorithm that handles everything.

    Found the answer from the live event:
    "If you want to kill an app…you don’t have to. We architected something so the user doesn’t have to be the custodian of applications. We’ll give the apps in the foreground as needed. The user doesn’t have to worry about that at all. The user just uses things."
     

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