The reality is that you don’t really need to do that: closing iPhone apps generally doesn’t save battery life, extend your memory, or help your phone run better.
In fact, it can sometimes make things worse.
Does closing apps on iPhone do anything?
Closing apps doesn’t help your performance or improve battery life. [IOS] is so good at this that unfreezing a frozen app takes up way less CPU (and energy) than relaunching an app that had been force quit. Not only does force quitting your apps not help, it actually hurts.
Is it better to close your apps?
You close all the apps you’ve been using. In the last week or so, both Apple and Google have confirmed that closing your apps does absolutely nothing to improve your battery life. In fact, says Hiroshi Lockheimer, the VP of Engineering for Android, it might make things worse.
Does closing apps drain battery?
No, closing background apps does not save your battery. When you force quit an app, you are using a portion of your resources and battery for closing it and clearing it from RAM. Moreover, resources will be used when you open it again leading to increased usage of battery.
How do you stop apps from closing?
Swipe down in the list and find the app(s) that you particularly want to always keep running. Tap on the application name. From the two options, check the box for ‘Don’t optimize’. Some Android users suggested to lock the app to solve this issue.