January 24th was the day chose by Apple for the big launch of the new iOS 11.3 beta system. Of course, technology fans and Iphone users didn’t take long to find all the cool stuff brought by this innovation. Aside from hot applications like Animoji, Messages on iCloud and some necessary changes related to the recent battery fiasco, most of the new features are about style. At least one stylish new feature should make iPhone X users a little happier.
Let’s see what’s new
One change strikes you even when you’re using the app switcher on the iPhone X in iOS 11.3: The time for the Multitasking interface to actually come up has been reduced. You will find this feature helpful especially when you swipe up from the bottom, then pause to see your recent apps. That annoying pause itself has been reduced to half.
How does it actually work?
It’s difficult to demonstrate in writing, therefore you should try the new feature by yourself. Even if you don’t own an iPhone X, you can find a friend that has one and is willing to let you try it. Also, you can find many helpful tutorials on Youtube.
As you will see if you watch a streaming demonstration or a practical one, the time it takes for the other apps in the multitasking view to appear after performing the gesture has roughly been cut in half in 11.3.
We are tempted to think that Apple did this now since people are used to the swipe-up-to-go-home gesture on the iPhone X. The new feature helps you shorten the delay time for multitasking activities. This detail is a small touch, but it definitely makes the multitasking UI seem a lot handier. To sum up, the central theme of iOS 11.3 certainly seems to be a big plus.
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