Up until now we’ve seen several tips on how to fix iOS 7’s battery life problem, and while many of those tips worked, there’s always something there that you can add or remove. It has been common knowledge that you should quit running apps on iOS to help preserve battery life. Well, it now turns out that this was a misconception (sort of) and you shouldn’t always quit running apps on iOS 7.
Scotty Loveless, a former Genius Bar technician, says that you shouldn’t quit apps on iOS, and he explains this in a very simple and convincing way:
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What most people tell you is that closing your apps will save your battery life because it keeps the apps from running in the background.
Yes, it does shut down the app, but what you don’t know is that y