Again, Apple has released an update for the iOS iOS operating system. Above all, removing a particularly annoying bug will please many users.
Since the release of iOS 13, Apple has already improved six times by updating. Now the iPhone manufacturer has released the seventh update to the latest version 13.2.2.
In addition to a number of minor problems, it now solves a multitasking problem that most users have probably irritated since version 13.2: Even after a quick switch to another app, the previous application must be restarted upon return.
When switching between apps, entries were deleted
Anyone who would watch a Youtube video and briefly change to a new WhatsApp message or an email must find when he returned to Youtube that the website was displayed again. The video that just saw was gone.
Even more annoying was the error, if you were to fill in an online form in the browser, book a flight or just wanted to buy something in a webshop. Everyone who changed the app during this time often had to do everything again afterwards.
Annoying bugs seem to be fixed after the first tests
This aggressive behavior in memory management has now been shut down by Apple. Patch Drawings, which reads what has been improved in the update, says "Fixes a problem that causes apps to stop unexpectedly while running in the background." After the first tests in the editorial, the problem no longer arose.
Other fixed issues included breaking data and voice connections, encrypted email problems, and charging interruptions with a cable from manufacturer YubiKey.
Usually, the update is automatically installed for the nearest nights. In the "Settings" app, the installation can also be initiated manually via "General"> "Software update".