Apple recently released the iOS 13.2 update but according to multiple user reports, it seemed that the update was slightly buggy where it would be too aggressive in killing background apps. According to users, they found that whenever they switched apps and later switched back, the first app that they were running had to be restarted from scratch.
This meant that users would lose videos that they were watching halfway or be forced to wait for all their tabs in Safari to reload again. While it doesn’t exactly break for phone, it can be incredibly annoying. The good news is that Apple has since released a new update in the form of iOS 13.2.2.
With this update, it seems that Apple might have finally addressed the multitasking bug. In the changelog, it mentions that the update will be fixing an issue that would cause an app to quit unexpectedly when running in the background. Presumably, this will address the problem, so if you are experiencing this issue with your iPhone after the iOS 13.2 update, then perhaps this could be an update worth checking out ASAP.
The update is already live so either wait for iOS to prompt you to install the update, or head on over to the Settings menu if you’d like to try and pull the update manually.