Apple released iOS 13.2.2 in the evening, which, as a key fix, eliminated the multitasking issues introduced by iOS 13.2, which resulted in apps stored in RAM unusually early shut down by the operating system.
The problems occurred even on smartphones with a lot of memory, such as iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 (test) each with 4 GB of RAM. Even in the case of a few apps stored in the background, these were aggressively closed by the operating system, resulting in a reload of the selection in the App-Switcher for multitasking.
iOS 13.2.2 fixes this issue and continues to close bugs, according to the changelog.
- Fixes an issue that caused apps to unexpectedly quit while running in the background
- Fixes a problem where the iPhone is temporarily disconnected from the mobile service after a call
- Resolves an issue where mobile data may be temporarily unavailable
- Fixes an issue where replies to emails that are S / MIME-encrypted are no longer readable between Exchange accounts
- Fixes an issue that may cause an authentication request when using the Kerberos SSO service in Safari
- Resolves an issue where it is possible to interrupt the recharge of accessories powered by YubiKey Lightning
iOS 13.2.2 changelog