iPad low memory warning, although no other apps are running, and my app allocates only 8 MB
I am receiving low memory warnings on the iPad (inspected via instruments) although no other apps are running, and my app has only 8 MB of live bytes.
In my understanding, iOS triggers memory warnings only, if the system is running out of resources. How can it be, that I still get them?
(To get a better understanding of the issue and the related circumstances, please check this question: Empty drawRect implementation causes memory warning)
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