Using iOS 13.2 can be quite annoying if you need to perform multiple tasks in multiple applications. Worse, this seems to be the case, even if you own an iPhone 11 Pro or an iPad Pro.
MacRumors has assembled a variety of user complaints from various sources dealing with the mobile platform’s aggressive RAM management system. Apparently iOS 13.2 loads applications each time you access them from below, although not much time has passed.
As a result, he loses everything he does or sees, which makes multitasking much more difficult.
One commentator said they just put YouTube in the background for a minute to respond to a text message. When they returned to YouTube on an iPhone 11 Pro, they had already charged and lost the video they had watched. Other people have had similar experiences and complained that YouTube is updated every time they stop what they see.
Similarly, Nick Heer of PixelEnvy said his news and Safari applications were updated every time he put them first. “Safari can not leave a single tab open in the background, every application starts over, and using iOS seems to have gone down to the days before multitasking,” he wrote.
Many similar complaints have also been published in Apple, Reddit, Twitter and other support forums. Fixing a bug that affects your multitasking ability on a phone can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you own one of Apple’s most expensive devices. We communicate with the technology giant to get an explanation, which we update when we have news.
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