Originally Posted by solipsism
You aren’t making any sense and using semantics incorrectly to the point that one might be inclined to consider you a troll.
While Safari is loading a page you can switch to other apps and when return to Safari the page is loaded. It doesn’t have to reload the page like you do when you close out a web browser on the desktop. This means that there are processes for Safari still running in the background, just as there are processes for many other apps still running in the background while I perform other tasks.
Your other examples of being able to write an email while watching a movie are completely asinine. If you are not simply trolling then you’ll be kind enough to tell us how you think this should be done on a 3.5" display.
Jesus, everybody here is either a troll or a fanboy to you lot, it must be nice living in such a clearly black and white world. As for using semantics incorrectly, where? Are you sure you know what it means?
How are they asinine? And why? Because you don't have a ready answer for them? Let me explain: you have to CLOSE the browser window to OPEN another window to CLOSE that WIndow to REOPEN another window, with the application having to load each time, albeit back to a saved state, where in a true multi tasking phone you can simply swipe or click and not have to do this. The less steps, the more efficient.
If I get a text in a film, for example I am on a train and meeting someone at a station, and they text to say "are you on time?" I would like to just knock out a quick, "yes" and jump back in. On a multi tasking phone I can, I miss about 5 seconds of the film, but I can live with that. Not close the program, reopen at a bookmark etc. It's not the end of the world, I am simply saying that it is easier, more efficient.
As for being a troll? Even your use of the term speaks volumes about you. Your username is perfect; your mind is indeed the only one that exists - in your own myopic world. The only person on here with any perspective seems to be Teckstud.