JC Torres found it, too.
It seems that Apple still isn’t free of the curse of iOS 13 which, in retrospect, should have probably skipped the number. iOS 13.2 was released just a few days ago and, aside from bricking HomePod speakers, it seemed almost uneventful for iPhone and iPad owners.
A growing number of complaints from iPhone and iPad owners lead to one common observation. iOS 13.2 seems to be more aggressive than its predecessors in managing RAM. Switching to another app for a few minutes would kick apps like YouTube or Safari out of memory. That’s especially problematic for games that are being killed in the background after minutes of inactivity.
I see it happen on Safari, YouTube, and a few other apps. Not fun.