People who use iPhone may have the habit of cleaning the background application after the iPhone is turned on for a period of time. The first is to ensure the smooth operation of the system and prevent jamming, but to save power. Too many programs running in the background will increase the power consumption of the phone. Is that true?
Craig federighi, then Apple's senior vice president of software, responded.
Craig federighi, senior vice president of Apple software, said,If the background is killed frequently, it will lead to a new round of hot start when the application is reopened, which will not only prolong the start time, but also take up additional memory, thus increasing the battery consumption. The answer is just the opposite of what we usually think.