With the introduction of iPhone X, Apple changed how users interact with their devices by completely renouncing the home button. While it's quite easy to use the new gestures, some users may not use them properly, which may cause some frustration.
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Return to Home Screen
Without a home button, iPhone X, XS, and XR use a simple gesture gesture from the bottom of the screen to quit an app and return to the home screen.
It's more a snap than a sweep, but you get the score. You also do not have to swing up from the bottom of the screen. It's a bit of a forgiveness because you can float up a little higher and you do not necessarily need to touch the narrow bar at the bottom of the screen, but it depends on which app you are in and whether there is or not a button there to get in way. And the best thing about letting you sweep from a little higher up is that it's typical where people usually hit the home button if they come from older phones.
Upload App Switcher
If you do not want to go back to the home screen, but rather, please pick up the appliance, you perform the same gesture gesture that you would normally do if you return to the home screen, but instead of girl , swipe up and hold for a split second.
From here you can drag left and right to browse all apps you've driven in the background and switch to any of them.
Instantly switch between devices  This is not exactly the official app switcher feature as discussed above, there is a gesture that lets you immediately switch to the previously used app.
For example, if you opened Twitter and then switch to Instagram, you can swipe right at the bottom of the screen to imm go back to Twitter.
Further, you can continue to swipe to switch back and forth between any other apps you've driven in the background. It may be a little faster than using the app switch, especially if you want to go back to the previous app you used.
Opening Notification Center
Notification Center works mostly in the same way as it always has. You still sweep down from the top of the screen, but on iPhone X and later you swipe down from the left side of the screen where the time is.
Opening Control Center
] This is a big change for iPhone X and up. Instead of siping from the bottom of the screen to the Control Center, you swipe down from the right-hand side of the screen where the battery icon is.