After Apple launched iOS 13.2 last week, it reported a "killing the background" disaster. In response, Apple immediately launched an iOS 13.2.2 software update today to resolve issues with previous versions.
After the launch of iOS 13.2 on Tuesday, there were still disasters. Many iPhone and iPad users complained on the MacRumors forum. When they use Safari or YouTube or Excel to halfway, temporarily switch to other apps and come back to the original application. The original stage of operation disappeared and was not retained.
The user's "killing the background" situation for iOS 13.2, that is, the system is more active in killing the user's temporary jump out of the application, complaining again and again.
The biggest change in iOS 13.2.2 is now that it fixes issues related to background applications and multitasking. Due to RAM management issues, the application has a flashback problem while running in the background, which seriously hinders the performance and functionality of multiple tasks.
This update to iOS 13.2.2 includes the following:
- Fixed an issue that might cause the application to flash back when running in the background.
- Solved the problem that the iPhone may temporarily lose the call during the call.
- Solved the problem of temporarily unable to use action data.
- Fixed an issue that caused the inability to read the reply to the S/MIME encrypted email between Exchange accounts.
- Resolved an issue where authentication prompts might appear when using the single sign-on service in Safari.
- Solved the problem that the accessory may interrupt charging.