How to Force Quit an App on iPad Running iOS 11

How do you force quit an app on iPad running iOS 11? The process has been slightly changed. Head over to know how it's done.

Whenever I find any app freezing on iPhone or iPad, the first solution that I try to fix the problem is “Force Quit” the problematic app. Simply double click the Home button and swipe up on the app card to quit the app. However, this process has slightly been tweaked in iOS 11 especially on iPad. So, how do you force quit an app on iPad Pro in iOS 11?

Now, you have to first press and hold on the app in the app switching interface before tapping on the remove button to get rid of it. You can also use gesture to quit any app. If you are wondering why force quitting an app is not working like before on your iPad running iOS 11, check out these quick steps to know how it works now.

Sponsored Links

How to Force Quit an App on iPad in iOS 11

Updated on 10 July 2017: This post was written based on iOS 11 beta 1 and 2. If your iPhone and iPad is running iOS 11 beta 3, simply double press the Home button on your iPad to access App Switcher and then swipe up on the app card to close it.

How to Force Quit an App on iPad in iOS 11

Step #1. First off, you need to double-click on the Home button.

Step #2. Next, you have to locate the app you wish to quit in the app switcher interface. Then, just press and hold on the app in question.

Sponsored Links

Step #3. Finally, tap on the x to force quit it.

How to Force Quit an App on iPad Pro in iOS 11 Using Gesture

Step #1. Assuming you are in an app, just swipe up from the bottom of the screen with one finger.

The Dock show will show up on the screen, continue, to swipe to open the Control Center and App Switcher.

Step #2. Next, you need to locate the app you wish to quit.

Sponsored Links

Step #3. Now, press and hold on the app.

Step #4. Finally, tap on the X to quit it.

Wrapping up

The new process of force quitting an app on iPad Pro seems to be inconvenient. I guess Apple has done it to ensure you don’t quit any app by accident. Anyway, I would like to know your views about it.

Sponsored Links

You’d want to have a look at these posts as well:

To read more such helpful guides related to iPad Pro, download our app and remain connected with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

Latest Articles

25 Paid iPad and iPhone Apps Gone Free Today – 19 January 2019

iOS Games Gone Free TodayiOS Apps Gone Free TodayWhile there are tons of awesome apps available for free, a number of extraordinary ones come...

21 iPad and iPhone Apps Price Drop – 19 January 2019

What happens when you come to know that one of your favorite iPhone/iPad apps price has just dropped-and available at a huge discount? A...

Live Listen Not Working on AirPods in iOS 12? Here Are Some Tips to Get it Working in Minutes

Live Listen AirPods support was introduced with iOS 12 as part of accessibility. Of course, you can use it for spying, but that's not...

Qualcomm Gets an Edge Over Apple in Licensing Battle in Germany

The legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm resurfaced after the former mentioned in its press release that all iPhones would be available in Germany...