Closing Apps To Save iPhone Battery Life Is A Myth
Turns out closing apps on an iOS device actually uses up more battery life than leaving the apps open in the background.By Leah Becerra | June 21, 2015
There's a common mistake being made each day by a lot of iOS users. And not knowing the truth could be ruining your iPhone's battery life.
As an Android convert, I’ve always been under the impression that force shutting down recently used apps means better battery life and a faster running phone. Why? Because devices like your computer — and in this case your smartphone or tablet — have short term memory (aka RAM). (Video via YouTube / Adrian Isén)
And if that memory is trying to recall too many things at the same time, a device may begin to get sluggish and end up using more battery. (Video via The Verge)