Want to learn how to quickly close all running apps on your iPhone? Apple insists that the user does not need to close applications by optimising memory and CPU. However, there are times when it may be required, for example, when there is insufficient free memory.
The problem is that to close apps one by one in the panel multitasking is a tedious task.
In iOS there is a way to simultaneously close all the running apps:
Now the applications running in the background process will be suspended, although they will appear in the multitasking drawer. When you try to open some applications, you may notice that it runs again, but not from memory.
To prove that this method works, we present a few screenshots. The first shows the state of the memory before stopping the operation of all the applications, and the second upon completion of these manipulations.
The memory usage until you close all applications
Memory usage after closing all applications
You may notice that the amount of free memory has increased by more than 1 GB.