Force an app to quit

Mac|Life - - FEATURE -

In the app switcher, hold a fin­ger on any of the app thumb­nails un­til red but­tons ap­pear at the top left of all of them. Tap one to close the cor­re­spond­ing app. Do this only for prob­lem apps, be­cause you risk los­ing un­saved data. If an app uses lots of power in the back­ground (find out in Set­tings > Bat­tery), con­sider dis­abling that priv­i­lege (Gen­eral > Back­ground App Re­fresh).

Set up no­ti­fi­ca­tions

To open No­ti­fi­ca­tion Cen­ter, swipe down from the top edge of the screen, ex­cept from the top-right cor­ner (which is re­served for Con­trol Cen­ter). If you use the front-fac­ing cam­era a great deal, though, con­sider swip­ing down from the area to the left of the notch, so that you don‘t end up smudg­ing oil from your fin­gers over the cam­era area and need to clean it quite so of­ten.

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