1. hopper's Avatar
    Is there a way to close all apps without going to the task manager, going into "wobble mode" and closing them one-by-one?
    06-30-2010 06:48 PM
  2. OTACORB's Avatar
    No, but why is this necessary?
    06-30-2010 06:55 PM
  3. cmikhow#AC's Avatar
    wobble mode really is easy as hell.

    in blackberry OS you have to go into every app and manually close it. on a PC you have to go to every single window and hit the X, iOS actually has it the easiest. just keep hitting x.
    06-30-2010 07:02 PM
  4. Duvi's Avatar
    That would have been my question. I'm
    about to hit 19 hours of standby and I'm
    currently at 5 hours of usage and my
    battery life is at 32%. I've been using
    the heck out of this device, including d/ls
    and having everything still open. I don't
    see the battery increasing that much,
    where you'll notice the difference when
    closing them.
    06-30-2010 07:04 PM
  5. Duvi's Avatar
    wobble mode really is easy as hell.

    in blackberry OS you have to go into every app and manually close it. on a PC you have to go to every single window and hit the X, iOS actually has it the easiest. just keep hitting x.
    I never thought about it that way and you are
    so correct... it is easier.

    Don't even ask how you do it in Android... lol.
    WebOS, you have to Swype all cards, but the
    max is 8 (or whatever, haven't use my Pre in
    a while). I actually thought it was going to be
    harder on iOS as I thought you'd have to hit the
    X and then get a confirm to close the app, but
    instead of just closes out the app right away,
    which I love.
    06-30-2010 07:07 PM
  6. OTACORB's Avatar
    I think everyone should read the following article as it helps understand exactly how the mutitasking and fast switching under iOS4 works and why it really isn't necessary to worry about closing apps. Specificially apps that are iOS4 tested, because those will have been updated to make use of the suspend mode and fast switching etc.

    iPhone OS 4 multitasking explained, again | When Will Apple?
    06-30-2010 07:10 PM
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