iOS currently doesn’t provide any button that you can tap, to close all the apps running in background, declutter the device and free up Random Access Memory (RAM). You have to Double Tap the home button to open App switcher and then manually slide away all the apps you want to close. However, with the amount of apps used nowadays, it will take some time to stop all of them. The good news is that we have a fancy little trick for you that will instantly clear up your iPhone’s RAM. This means that, when applied, all apps running in the background will be forced closed. What’s even better is that the previously used applications remain accessible from the App Switcher view. The only difference is that they restart, whenever you return to them. This means that they re-load and prompt you with their home screen view, so that you can start fresh.
Here are the Steps!
Step 1: From any screen, press & hold the Sleep/Wake button, until the iPhone’s Shutdown screen comes up. Step 2: Now, press & hold the Home Button until the iOS home screen is displayed. This signals that the Random Access Memory flush has been completed!
Note: You can check the results by double tapping the Home Button. From the App Switcher view, tap an app. You’ll notice that the software reloads and prompts you with the home screen, the same view that is displayed when you freshly open it!
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