Dismantling myths: Do not even think about closing the apps on your iPhone - NewCydiaTweaks

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Monday, July 31, 2017

Dismantling myths: Do not even think about closing the apps on your iPhone


Apple just threw down a myth that Apple users and professionals have been doing for many years: closing the apps we do not use and remain in the background . And, according to our common sense, an app that has not been closed consumes memory, battery and data, so the most sensible and logical decision is to press the Home button and proceed to slide it up to close it. Bad mistake.
According to Andrew Griffin:
MILLIONS OF PEOPLE ARE WASTING THEIR TIME, THEIR BATTERY AND THE ENERGY OF THEIR FINGERS EVERY DAY ON SOMETHING AS UNNECESSARY AND USELESS AS CLOSING THE APPS THEY HAVE OPEN ON THEIR IPHONE OR IPAD. THERE IS NO NEED TO DO SO. ALTHOUGH THIS IS A COMMON PRACTICE, EVEN APPLE'S JOHN GRUBER WROTE A POST ON THE SUBJECT.
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So why do not we need to close apps that work in the background? Surely it is more efficient to leave them open? Let's take into account that throughout the day we use many, how will behave our terminal with dozens of applications operating? The secret of everything is once again, the great iOS setting , which is even better than we thought.
THE PRACTICE OF SLIDING TO CLOSE APPS IS BASED ON AN IOS CONCEPT ERROR BY USERS. NOT ONLY IS IT NOT NECESSARY BUT IT IS NOT PRODUCTIVE. NOT ONLY NOW NOT BATTERY OR MEMORY BUT THE OTHER WAY AROUND. AND IS THAT IOS IS DESIGNED FOR THE APPS IN THE BACKGROUND TO FREEZE, LIMITING TO 0 THE AMOUNT OF RAM AND BATTERY THEY CONSUME. IN FACT, THE EXPENSE IS GREATER IF WE CLOSE THE APP AND AFTER A WHILE REOPEN IT.
IPhone against or with Samsung?
Therefore, if we want the battery life of our terminal is longer and also optimize the available resources of our iPhone or iPad to the maximum, it is best to leave them in the background. We will save memory, battery and above all, a lot of time .
As Grubes assures us, we have been doing it all our lives and to test it, we only have to analyze the benchmarks to verify it. In fact, when it was shown that the iPhone 7 was faster than the Samsung Galaxy S8 for individual tasks , it was precisely under that premise: that neither device would close and open the apps, but operate with them open and change from one To another. That's when iOS comes out victorious. And this reveals yet another iOS advantage over Android.
So, let's take note. It is time to change our habits and take advantage of the wonder we have in our hands.

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