Normal closing of an application does not turn the application completely off. When you close the app as usual, it still runs in the background. This is useful when you want to return to the same application after a while. Instead of turning it on again from the beginning, the application restores itself to the state in which we last closed it. At the same time, this means that the applications continue to use the resources of our device after closing. Consequently, apps can slow down our smartphone even though they are not “turned on”. This is also the case with the iPhone 14 and all its versions. That’s why it’s worth finding out how to completely close apps that are running in the background.
How to Close Apps Opened in the Background on iPhone 14?
Whether you have iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, or 14 Pro Max, the following method works on all these smartphones.
- Swipe up from the very bottom and keep holding your finger down until you feel the vibration.
- When you feel the vibration, you can release the finger. You will see the recent apps menu with all apps opened in the background. You can slide from side to side through apps if you have many apps opened at once.
- Flick an app up to close it.
- You can close multiple apps at one by using more fingers. Flick multiple apps up to close them.
- So far, it is not possible to close all applications running in the background at once.
- To close the recent apps window, tap the blurred background outside the opened apps.
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