Originally Posted by jca666us
You obviously can't read - I did start the debate - for 90% of the users out there iOS multitasking paradigm works perfectly.
To answer your statements:
1. Yes it is.
2. Yes it does.
3. No need to - it's not multitasking - no wasted resources - lol!
the one who can't read? I just said "Seriously, you'll lose the multitasking debate... Don't even bother starting it." and you come in saying I can't read, that you DID start the debate
Anyways, prove it. Prove multitasking that windows mobile has used for ages, and that Android now uses does exactly as you say.
I'm not talking about finding a phone with 75% battery instead of 80% at the end of a day of multitasking, I'm talking about this extreme battery draining performance hit that Steve Jobs has convinced you of.
See, the thing is, you don't have a clue what you're talking about. I got into this when I had a TP2. Did testing for people on the forums and everything, still people believed Jobs over me. Now I have a fascinate, and I can assure you that running apps in the background has no impact on my performance or battery.
Granted, there are exceptions: If you have an app using the radio, you WILL see a noticeable hit. This is present in iOS as well, however.