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Multitasking is much more different than in previous versions of iOS. When you double-press the home button, a stream of open apps with their corresponding icons appear. It displays what's happening on screen — live.
Closing apps with a swipe-up gesture
If you want to close an app, instead of holding the icon with your finger, which before would make it "jiggle" and red Xs appear, you simply swipe up and the app closes.
Spotlight search not in the usual place
Spotlight is no longer out of sight to the very left of the stream of apps on the home screen. Pulling up from the bottom brings up the Control Center (see later), and swiping down from the bottom displays notifications. But that gap in between — basically where the apps are — you have to pull down. It's hidden above the top row of apps. Like a Windows 8-like learning experience, one hopes that Apple will make this a little more apparent somehow.