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Grab this update to stop background apps from aggressively quitting, forcing you to reload them too often.

Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 13.2.2 with fix for background apps problem

Apple has just released iOS 13.2.2 for iPhones and iPadOS 13.2.2 for iPads. The minor release fixes several bugs, including an annoying background app management issue that cropped up in iOS 13.2. The bug would cause background apps to aggressively quit, so you would have to reload them as soon as you switch back. 

The release notes for iOS 13.2.2 are as follows:

The release notes for iPadOS 13.2.2 are almost exactly the same, without the mentions of cellular service fixes:

Open the Settings app and tap on General. Then tap Software Update. If you don’t want to force the install manually, you’ll likely be prompted to install the update over the next week or so.

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