If you carry an iPhone, this news is for you

19 June, 2022
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If you carry an iPhone, this news is for you

Many believe that one of the best ways to improve the performance of iPhones when they are slow is to close applications that are still running in the background, but this theory is not entirely correct, according to Apple.

On the contrary, this method may be harmful to iPhone phones and cause more slow performance and a decrease in battery life.

Apple says that when you leave an app running in the background, the processor memory is automatically allocated to that app, and as a result, open apps won't affect the phone.  According to the “Slash Gear” website, which specializes in technology news, not using open applications on iPhone devices will turn them into standby mode after a short period, which means that they will not affect the CPU. The site explains that in this mode, the application does not use CPU resources and therefore does not Need to turn it off for faster performance.

Instead, the site notes that problems can arise when reopening an app that is closing, since restarting it requires additional power and memory to start, and doing so multiple times can drain a lot of battery power. Apple advises iPhone users to close applications only when they are not fully responsive or if they are not working properly and cannot be used in any other way. At this point, it is a good idea to close the application in question and try to restart it.


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