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Old 08-06-2018, 08:37 PM   #1
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Is your iPhone X slowing down? Did you know this simple trick can help speed it up instantly?

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Old 09-06-2018, 05:28 PM   #2
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smells like rubbish to me
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Does it really work?
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Subtle advertising.
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It is..
Does it really work?
Not really. Clearing RAM is the last thing that iOS needs. The RAM management on iOS is far better than Android's as it can even compress applications so small to keep apps in the RAM for faster reloading.

In-fact clearing out the multi-tasking is adviced against UNLESS the application is not functioning properly. It does nothing to impact battery life or performance.

Craig Federighi, said that quitting iOS apps doesn't help battery life. He doesn't do it.

As an Application developer, it is true on iOS, background activity is heavily restrictive. Application survive at most 5 seconds after being closed.

Unfreezing a frozen app takes up way less CPU (and energy) than relaunching an app that had been force quit. Not only does force quitting your apps not help, it actually hurts. Since it has to reload everything again.
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