That doesn't matter because they still appear when you open up the task switcher. It's annoying having to close all apps one by one every now and then. If you don't then you're gonna have to search through tens of items to find the one you want.Because it really is unnecessary. iOS doesn't run the same as Android. When the apps are "running" in the background, they really aren't running.
lol. Don't get me wrong, I'm not in the obsessively closing apps camp. But you just quoted a site which listed other reasons to close an app. Skype's a great example.This doesn't matter.
The only reason you need to close an app manually is if it is frozen
Closing/Quitting an app does not affect BAR.If someone's happy to have a certain app use BAR but temporarily want to stop it (because it uses more battery), why does it bother you so much if that someone chooses to quit the app? Lot simpler than going into the settings, disabling, remembering to enabled later.
Nope. In that respect, it's pretty much the same as iOS 4.And it's besides the point. The point is that quitting apps has an effect in more cases these days. This isn't iOS 4.