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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by lancastor, Sep 11, 2016.
Have a look at 0:50. You haven't to double tap the home button twice to open the taskswitcher.
Not seeing what you're describing.
I do see a double press to invoke the app switcher.
Double tap (like to activate Reachability) or double press?
I see a double press.
I don't understand OP's thread then. Is he trying to point out that double press opens the task switcher? It's always done that.
Yeah it's a little confusing. I am understanding it as you don't have to double press but yes you do, as per the video. I don't see why Apple would change that.
I honestly wish it was double-tap to invoke or swipe up on the button itself as a gesture but oh well.
i think he just didn't see the double press. but it is clearly there.
He doesn't press twice as in any previous hardware home buttons to open the taskswitcher.
It seems you can configure the home button to open the taskswitcher on a gently or hard press on the home button.
That's a great feature. I don't liked the double press.
I'm sure it will work fine.
Might take some getting used to.
Everyone seems to have forgotten about the other way to invoke the task switcher - 3d touch on the left side of the screen. Thats been around for the last 12 months on the 6s / plus and is actually quite handy.
He clearly double pressed in that video.