Since iOS 4, the multi-task drawer, grouping the applications in use, opens with a double-click on the home button. The double-click may be bientt replaced by a simple touch gesture, one more! Hopefully in the near future a simple swipe of the finger from the bottom to the top, with a gesture that starts out of the screen will allow us to access the multitasking drawer.
The home button on iOS devices is the only mechanical part you use all the time, maybe too much. Indeed, it is often the first part to replace on your iPhone, due to the iOS which constantly requires its use. The new concept offers a simple swipe of the finger from the bottom up, with a gesture that starts out of the screen will allow you to access the multitasking drawer.
The iPad offers, since iOS5, already certain possibilities of tactile gestures partially replacing the clicks on the home button. Swiping four or five fingers up to open the multitasking drawer, left / right lets you switch to another current application, a pinch closes the current application. These gestures are obviously difficult to see on iPhone due to lack of space.
(source: Cult of Mac)
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