Background refresh is part of what allows any app for i Phone or i Pad to appear to be multitasking all the time.The truth is, they're really multitasking "just in time" by updating in the background whenever they have the opportunity — or right before they figure you'll be launching them.But, there is only on nib now, so obviously those buttons are linked, because they work on the i Phone.Per @wrights suggestion, I deleted all of the simulator files and clean the project again.Podcasts are more popular than ever thanks to cultural sensations like Serial, but how are you supposed to listen to them?Apple’s own Podcasts app got off to a rough start and isn’t the best choice.But for years now, outside developers have been filling the gap and producing stellar podcast apps with a ton of useful features.
You can do that by toggling off the switches for each individual app.Make sure you have cleaned your build and removed the app from the i Pad before running the reverted app.By not deleting the app from the device, those i Pad files possibly remain in the application bundle, even though you removed them from the project.This is something people have sort of talked about.It's been, like you said, in the urban legend and rumor department for a long time.Then I got a new error: It turns out there was an entry in Info.plist that was causing the issue.This question "i OS Development: How can I prevent an i Pad from running a universal app in i Pad mode? Once I deleted the i Pad related entry, that cleared up the original issue and new error.NPR's Bill Chappell has dug into this and joins us now. What does Apple say is actually happening to our phones?CHAPPELL: Well, it's saying that because older phones have batteries that can't keep up with the processors that the new phones are using and putting high demands on these batteries, the old phones were prone to have these unexpected shutdowns.ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: I'm Ari Shapiro with news that you're not crazy.Apple has confirmed something that i Phone users believed for a long time. And this often happens around the same time the company releases a fancy new phone. SHAPIRO: So there is now data to back up an urban legend.