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Those 20+ apps which you think are running in the background actually aren't. It's a common misconception about the multitask row on iOS that those apps are actually running. But the multitask row is actually just a "Recently Launched Apps" list. And only the most recent apps are still running in a paused state. So it's odd that your iPhone is unable to charge with that many apps in the multitask row .
this is going to sound very obvious and I apologize if it is, but have you got 20+ apps open? I noticed that on my phone, i have a cheap aftermarket car charger... if i have to many apps open at once it wont charge since the power drain is more then incoming power.
Posted 08 January 2013 - 03:56