Memory Leakage Problems for iPad Apps

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by llcooljayce, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. llcooljayce

    llcooljayce
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    I think that this is a pretty ridiculous stance that Apple takes. For all the effort they take to lock down their i devices, and the inability (until recently) to multitask in an effort to keep apps snappy, this is a real shame that they don't check for apps that don't flush the RAM after they terminate.

    Doesn't that defeat the whole purpose of locking down the device to ensure that it functions quickly and correctly?
     
  2. lilrabbit129

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    Yes but it is unreasonable for Apple to be able guarantee that every application has no leaks. It should be up to the developer to test if their code is leak-free.


     

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