Perhaps I have missed something, but I feel that multitasking is missing an obvious facility. When I swipe to move to another application (i.e. left or right) I often swipe the wrong way and hit the end stops, which is either an app I think to be the least used or the Home page. So then I have to swipe the other way until I find the required application. (OK. I could do an upward multi-fingered swipe to show all apps, and then move the one I want, but side-swiping is more intuitive to me.) Also I have noticed that the most recently used app is always at the left hand end, nearest the home page. (Hence I think that the order of the apps may be determined by when the apps were last used and hence be dynamic.) My thoughts are that if you swipe right, say, then you should just go round in a circle through your open apps, and the home page, until you get back to where you started, or have stopped at another app. (Anyone of a certain age may remember something called the Switcher, by Andy Hertzfeld in 1986!, as Apple's first steps into multi-tasking on Macs -probably back in the times of System 4 -or perhaps earlier, which acted like this.) Any thoughts?