Multitasking


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Multitasking

Let's take a look at another important function of the Home button. Press it twice in quick succession to reveal the iPad's multitasking bar. Using this bar, you can switch to a different app while the current one remains in memory in the background, meaning that it doesn't quit, but rather enters a kind of suspended animation. We'll see how that works. So I select the Notes app. We move to that. Double-tap on the Home button. Let's move to the iPad app. It switches over. Go back to the Home screen, double-tap, and there is our multitasking bar.

One other nice thing that you can do from here is as we tap and hold on an app, all the apps start wiggling and you see that little red button with the Minus sign in it. That means that you can quit apps from here simply by tapping on the Minus sign. So we'll quit the Contacts app by tapping on that button. To return the icons to their normal behavior, just click on the Home button. If you swipe this bar from left to right, ...

Multitasking
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Multitasking provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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