- Sep 6, 2010
He is not wrong. The example I use, owning both as well is the browser. If I enter a large content web page with slow data, then recieve an email and view it, it does not matter how long I am away from the browser when I come back it is still loading. Other apps stop running completely when not in the foreground. With the browser example it appears that once you are out of the app for a couple of seconds it stops downloading. So it is not exactly where you left it but it never completes opening the web page till you come back to it. There are some apps that fully allow multi tasking, such as yahoo radio that will run in background. allot of this in my opinion is done behind the scenes in the os to make things appear to be moving faster than they really are.Very informative video but on the youtube feedback you have a viewer saying you are wrong when you said downloading stops if you watch a youtube video. Not sure if they are right but if they are maybe need to correct that, or correct them if they are wrong.
I think what you have is very good and hope to see more on youtube.
It's so much better to see differences in action rather than read through pages of fans from either side claiming things like they do on various sites and forums, very informative.
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