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Manual unloading applications from memory only worsens autonomy iPhone and iPad
The creators of the utility Greenify commented on the conventional wisdom that release the memory occupied by the running applications, a positive effect on operating time of mobile devices. According to them, this information does not correspond to reality.
How to tell the developers, the roots of the myth grow from the time when the desktop was not enough memory and it had to be periodically release other programs to run faster. Previously, it did work, however, with regard to mobile devices, giving a rather negative, rather than positive.
Developers indicate that manual removal of programs from the panel multitasking leads only to the fact that their reloading spent more energy than reading programs from the cache. Fears that the application is currently using the device resources, not been substantiated.
Apple itself said that “multitasking bar” on the iPhone and iPad does not contain a list of running applications, and a list of recently run programs. Operating system intelligently manages tasks independently unloading or “pause” active processes.
Multitasking in iOS is based on the technologies of OS X. On the iPhone and iPad do not have to run background processes. When the user clicks the Home, the system in almost all cases, causes the application to exit and discontinue use of the CPU and memory that it occupied, eventually released.
iOS independently handle all situations and well-written audio software, GPS-navigators, VoIP-programs and applications Accessoris also sort out themselves.
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