Originally Posted by six_storm
I multitask on my iPad all the time. Call it app switching or whatever you want, but it works for me. I'm not trying to be a smartarse but someone please explain to me what Android multitasking does that iOS multitasking does not. Seriously. I'll admit to it's faults . . . if there are any differences.
Play a game on Android or run an App that uses a lot of resources and if you switch to another app and try to resume that app later the OS needs to reload all the resources because it just caches a resume mark, not the resources the app requires. With Android you can jump between any app and it will resume instantly without needing to reload the resources. I can have 2 games running, text messaging and email all going without a single ounce of loading in between.