Quitting Apps in iOS Can Actually Worsen Battery Life

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It’s long been prescribed that when your iPhone’s battery is running poorly that you close out all the running apps to help preserve battery life (we’ve mentioned it before). That makes sense if you’re using a computer, but as writer (and former Genius Bar technician) Scotty Loveless points out, that’s simply not the case in iOS.

John Pearce‘s insight:

Interesting though I’m not all that sure that the difference in battery usage over a day would be all that critical, it’s a bit like the discussion surrounding turning off or leaving on fluorescent lights.

See on lifehacker.com

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