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Apple has introduced a new iOS 10 feature that lets you swap in a fake card swiping gesture when you swipe your finger across a home screen.
Swipe gestures can be used by swiping from the bottom of a screen, from the top, or from the side, depending on how you’ve been using them in the past.
The trick is to swipe the left side of the screen with your finger to mimic the motion of swiping your finger away from your home screen, and swipe the right side of your screen to mimic a swipe to the side of a device.
While you can swipe your thumb to swiping to the left, you need to be careful not to touch the home screen to swipe to it.
Swiping with a finger from the left to the right can be confusing, especially for older devices like the iPhone 5s and 6s.
You’ll want to be quick to flick the home button away from the home bar to ensure you’re not swiping away from a home button.
Switching to swipes to the opposite side is easier because the home swipe gesture can be made from anywhere on the screen, which can be the top left, the top right, the bottom left, or bottom right.
The Home button is a simple tap to the top of the home menu, so it’s best to make it a swipe gesture if you have one.
You may also want to make the swipe gesture from the edge of the iPhone screen to the bottom or bottom of the display if you’ve had a previous iPhone.
For the iPhone 6s, the swipe gestures can also be made on the left and right sides, though the iPhone’s front-facing camera doesn’t support the swipe.
The new gesture can also also be used to swap a home bar button from the back of the device to the home row, though it’s not supported by iOS 10.
If you’re still worried about it, it’s possible to use the Home button on the bottom-left of the Home screen, but you can’t make it work in iOS 10 on the iPhone 7.