How to make sure you don’t accidentally swipe your iPad with your thumb or index finger?
Or how to swipe through the app drawer with your index finger, then swipe back with your right thumb to access your recently used apps?
We’ve been asked a lot about how to get those swipes to work properly with iOS 7, so we’ve been answering questions here and on the Apple forums.
The basic gist of it is to keep the app swiped from the top of the screen, then tap the bottom app.
Once you’re done, tap the top app again to bring up the app list again.
Swiping through the apps list is much faster than tapping the top-left app again.
The only way to get the swipes back is to press and hold on the bottom-left swipe and then tap back.
If you swipe back from the bottom of the app you will get a blank screen and a notification.
This is why we have a swipe-back feature in iOS 7.
You can also swipe across the top half of the list in the top navigation bar.
We suggest you swipe to the right to get back to the top.
When you’re ready to use a new app, tap and hold the app icon and tap on the ‘new’ button.
It will ask you to pick the type of app you want to launch.
If it’s not clear which app you’re launching, tap on ‘new’.
Tap the ‘Next’ button to begin your new app launch.
You’ll get a message that says ‘Your app has been launched.
You can choose to launch it or dismiss it from your device.’
Tap the little ‘X’ next to the icon and choose ‘New’.
If you’ve launched an app before, you’ll have to choose an icon from the icon list in iOS 6.
If not, you can use the ‘Other’ menu to select an icon to launch that app from.
You will also be asked for the app name and title.
This name and/or title is the app’s name in iOS.
If you’re using an iOS 6 device, the app will appear in the list of available apps when you tap the icon.
The app name will be in bold and the app title will be underlined.
You may also get an ‘X’, if you’re not sure which app is selected.
You have the option to launch another app from the list.
If an app is available in the app store, the name of that app will also appear on the icon’s name.
You should also be able to launch the app by tapping the app and selecting ‘Launch’.
The ‘Next” button is the ‘Launch’ button, and if you swipe left you will see a list of apps.
Swiping down brings up a list with more apps.
To launch any app, you will have to swipe to its top, then press and release the Home button.
Swipe left to get to the list you just launched, and then swipe down to launch any of the apps you want.
If the apps are not available yet, the ‘Swipe Down’ button will appear and the options menu will be visible.
If they are available, the options screen will be available, too.
Tap on the apps listed on the app launch screen to launch them.
Tap on ‘Next’.
When you’ve selected the right app, it will launch.
The default menu of apps will appear.
Tap the icon to load it into the main app drawer, then click the ‘X’.
If the app is not currently available, a confirmation message will appear, telling you it won’t launch.
The ‘Swiping Up’ button allows you to swipe left to load any of your apps into the app launcher.
To open the app, swipe left, then hit ‘Start’.
You can open the ‘Settings’ app from any screen on your device.
To access the ‘Home’ menu, tap ‘Settings’.
The ‘Apps’ menu is also accessible from any app.
Swiped across the home screen from the ‘Apps’, ‘Home’, ‘Settings’, ‘More’ menu are the app icons you’ll see when opening the Settings app.
Swipe left from the home app to load a home app, or swipe up from the app to launch a home screen app.
To open the Home screen, swipe down from the Home app to open the home menu.
To select a home menu icon, tap it, then drag it to the home.
The home menu is available from any apps you’ve previously opened.
Swipes across the ‘More’, ‘Notifications’, ‘Status’, ‘Messages’, ‘Photos’, ‘Maps’, ‘iBooks’, ‘Music’, and ‘Calculator’ are the apps icons that appear when you launch a new one of the default apps.
The icon for ‘Calendar’ is displayed next to an ‘i’, so swipe up to open it.Swip