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Hands-On With Apple's Jailbreak-Inspired iOS 7 App Switcher

Hands-On With Apple's Jailbreak-Inspired iOS 7 App Switcher

June 11, 2013
Besides its all-new look, Control Center, revamped Siri, and more, Apple's recently announced iOS 7 also includes an impressive app switcher. In the below video, we go hands-on with the iOS 7 app switcher in a dedicated video preview, and put Apple's new mode of multitasking to the test. As you can see, the app switcher in iOS 7 allows users to view screenshots of applications, to swipe between "open" app screens, and to "close" an application by swiping up. While Music app controls aren't permanently visible, users can of course reveal the controls from anywhere within the iOS by activating Control Center. Here's the video, see what you think:

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Indeed, as noted in the above video, Apple's new fast app switcher appears to take inspiration from countless jailbreak tweaks that have appeared over the years, and it works remarkably well. Are you impressed with the iOS 7 app switcher? For more of our iOS 7 hands-on videos, see: Tune In To Apple's New iTunes Radio Service With This Hands-On Preview VideoCheck Out iOS 7's All New Control Center In This Hands-On Preview Video, and Siri, Show Me A Hands-On Preview Video Of Your New Features In iOS 7.

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