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iOS7

Having sucessfully updated to this last week the option to clear the App data cache by double clicking the home button has been removed, anyone found the new way of doing this???

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Fixed that title for you.

Fixed that title for you. Not sure what you mean by 'App data cache'? Double clicking gives you the option to close all other running apps (by sliding the app up, rather than holding and waiting for the 'X' on each icon). Is that what you mean?

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RE: Fixed that title for you.

Thanks and thanks

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RE: iOS7

FED UP with IOS7, HATE the layout, Apps restarting each time i navegate between them!!! :wall: :wall: :wall:

MAJOR crash when i attempt to go to google translate!!!! :help:

THIS IS A FLOP!

please Apple give me my last ios6 or give me a ios8 bugfree!

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RE: iOS7

motley wrote:

Having sucessfully updated to this last week the option to clear the App data cache by double clicking the home button has been removed, anyone found the new way of doing this???

 

the double click is still there. Then swipe the screens up and they close.

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