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After upgrading to iOS4, I found that I have many apps running in the background, by double clicking the home button. what can i do to stop these?

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You can't stop them from doing that. It's multitasking that's built into iOS 4.0. They're not really running so it doesn't impact performance.

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Seems like this guy shows how you can close apps in this video...

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Seems like this guy shows how you can close apps in this video...

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Sure you can stop them once they're in the background, but you can't stop them from doing that in the first place.

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