On the iPhone , and the iPad started to have problems in multitasking after the update, you could switch between Safari, YouTube, and other apps, but they were to be loaded into memory, even on a device with 4 GB of RAM. Because of this, Apple has released another update for the iOS, 13.2.2 , and iPadOS 13.2.2 fixes this annoying behavior, and other bugs.
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The latest update to the iOS iPadOS “fixes an issue that could cause apps to be terminated unexpectedly when running in the background,” says Apple in the release notes.
Users have complained over the past few days, it was not possible to let the YouTube video in the background and not be charged, even on an iPhone, for 11, Pro with 4 GB of RAM. If you want to reply to a message that was lost in the moment, in the video I was watching.
The same thing happened with Safari, for example, the web browser is not able to keep a tab open in the background, with no top to it, a little bit frustrating at the time to fill out a form. The Messages are also suffering from this problem.
Makers of the Android will kill apps in the background
This is a problem that also exists on Android devices. Some manufacturers, such as HMD’s, Global (Verizon), and the OnePlus, will kill the applications running in the background. Google includes the feature in the Battery to update from the Android to The 9-Pie, which uses machine learning to understand which apps are most used and which ones can be shut down without annoying the user.
On the site, Don’t kill my app! it shows, however, that other manufacturers are still following this practice, including Huawei, Samsung (especially since the release of the Android Pie) and Xiaomi (with the exception of devices running Android One. For a moment, it seemed that Apple would be on this list — but it was not to be the case.
The notes of the iOS version 13.2.2 below.
In this update:
- Fixes an issue that could cause apps to be closed unexpectedly when running is in the background.
- Resolves an issue in which the iPhone could be the temporary service connection;
- Addresses an issue where cellular data would not be available to you temporarily;
- Fixes an issue that caused message replies to the e-mail encrypted by S/MIME between the bills of Exchange were to be unreadable;
- Addresses an issue in which the use of the service, a single sign-on Kerberos in Safari, could appear in a notice of authentication;
- Resolves an issue where the upload could be stopped at the accessories, as Lightning from the YubiKey.