For those of you who are waiting for the iPhone7 to be launched and think that it may come with the multitasking window option to shut the applications down manually, think again. According to the Head of Software at Apple, Craig Federighi, this is something irrelevant as the iOS can take care of apps and their corresponding battery consumption even without a manual termination of applications running in the background.
The eyes of the world are stuck on Apple and people are anxious to know more about the iPhone 7. Apple has always been a staunch believer of the garden wall policy, never to let any information spill out from behind the walls. However, a tip or two does spill out once in a while and with people so keen on knowing more about tis new developments, they get picked up more easily on the news radar. A similar incident took place when Craig Federighi said that using the multitasking menu to close apps is an unnecessary act, and has no relation to battery conservation whatsoever.
The iOS is a software that runs the show on most Apple portables. While the older versions of iOS were strewn with troubles, the newer versions are much more user centric and make it simpler for completely novice users to use their devices better.
There is no doubt about the fact that in most other cases you would like to manually end an app, but according to Craig Federighi, it is really not important. iOS in itself is well equipped to handle such tasks and the the moment you exit the application, battery usage becomes close to nil for this app. It all started back in 2014 with the iOS 8, which caused the new battery management system to be implemented. It brought forth a battery management system like no other, and even today, Apple benefits from the basic fundamentals of this system, although it has been modified severely to affect better changes in the system.