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  • Mh.Hamad Level 1 Level 1

    Actually I do mean " less " because it is working fine for me on a 1 GB of RAM iPad Air. But the former siblings of the iPad sure will suffer with the demands of IOS 7, unless Apple can produce a solution to further minimize memory consumption, the thing that would have been originally shipped with IOS 7 have they been able to achieve it.

  • adamspe Level 1 Level 1

    I have been irritated by this problem for some time and only now went digging for a solution and found multiple threads on the issue. Mostly rants...  Anyway what SEEMS to have (at least temporarily) resolved the problem for me was closing the extremely long list of apps that had accumulated in the background down to the few I am currently actually using.

     

    Double clicked the home button to see the list of apps to switch between, swiped right until I got to an app I haven't used in a long time and swiped up on its preview to unload it.  I must have swiped to unload 30 apps or so, some that I hadn't actively used in a few months.

     

    For now switching back and forth between apps doesn't result in reloads or page refreshes (gmail did it once but it apparently had crashed and told me so, which was an absolute first).

  • mflorant Level 1 Level 1

    There is no "fix" for this other than for Apple to solve the problem. I have this issue whenever I use Safari and any other app and they are the only ones running at the same time. It is a memory issue.

  • Boyd Porter Level 3 Level 3

    File a bug/enhancement request report:  https://developer.apple.com/bug-reporting/

     

    You log in with your Apple ID.

     

    Have a nice day.

  • tomasaur Level 1 Level 1

    I have exact same behavior. Did a complete reinstall to see if it would help... Nothing. Moving from app to app entails a pause as as each app restarts. Wish I could go back to iOS 6. Games are the worst. Scrabble saves a screenshot but reloads, relogs back into fb, and takes me back to the home screen if I switch out to answer a call, check mail, etc. it's a huge step backwards in functionality. 

  • BajaBarry Level 1 Level 1

    Tried to do that but get "It appears you're not allowed to view what you requested. You might contact your administrator if you think this is a mistake." after login with my Apple ID.

  • ethanjeffrey Level 1 Level 1

    iOS 7.1 IS HERE...(#fingerscrossed)!!!!!

  • 1whitetiger Level 1 Level 1

    I just downloaded it (iOS 7.1) on my iPad mini retina and I've been testing around with it and it seems to be fixed! I don't believe it! Have any others experienced the same or different? I will continue to play around with it and see if it comes back at all. Hopefully not!  *crossing my fingers too!*

  • ethanjeffrey Level 1 Level 1

    So far so good (for me), although others in the discussions I have been following seem to still be having a problem.

  • stedman1 Level 9 Level 9
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    It seems to be working better for me as well. Almost seems lime it is actually allowing me to multitask now, instead of losing any info I had in one App while I switched to another.

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