IOS 13.2.2 will stop killing background apps so aggressively

Yolanda Curtis
November 9, 2019

While it doesn't offer up anything in the way of big new features, it's probably worth the update just to make multitasking work the way it's supposed to. The updates mostly focus on fixing bugs experienced by users in iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2.

Apple released a new beta version of iOS 13.3. Furthermore, some apps such as Instagram, Gmail, YouTube and so on will quit automatically if and when it is switched with other apps such as camera or iMessage. Other fixes in the iOS 13.2.2 include solution on the issue where the device could lose cell service following a call, as well as a fix on the bug the causes cellular data to be momentarily unavailable. However, some users were unimpressed by Apple's efforts and chose to downgrade back to iOS 12.4 while Apple signed the necessary files. It turns out that some encrypted email messages between Exchange accounts were unreadable.

A week ago, we reported about an annoying iOS issue that was found to be killing background apps rather abruptly.

The update also takes care of the a problem that caused iPhone users to lose cellular service following a call and also exterminates a bug that prevented iPhone users from accessing mobile data. Further, there is a fix for the issue that affected connectivity with YubiKey Lighting-powered accessories. However, the company recently also brought iOS 13.2.1 exclusively for HomePod users to supposedly fix the issue that caused its bricking after installing iOS 13.2.

Another feature that never landed in iOS, nor iPadOS for that matter, is support for multiple accounts.

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