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Facebook App Is Killing iPhone Battery Life And Users Have No Clue About It

The Facebook iOS app ain't too good for your iPhone's battery life apparently.

The complaints of users have been flooding the internet since the past few days about the Facebook app on iPhones draining a huge amount of battery and data, even when you're not using it. A Reddit thread, dating about 2 months from now has been on the same issue with the application of the social network. The battery consumption hikes up to preposterous 91 percent of battery usage in a 24-hour period.

Facebook App Is Killing iPhone Battery Life And Users Have No Clue About It

Facebook App Is Killing iPhone Battery Life And Users Have No Clue About It

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There are complaints of the Facebook app remaining on and running in the background on iOS-even after turning off the Background App Refresh option.

There are complaints of the Facebook app remaining on and running in the background on iOS—even after turning off the Background App Refresh option.

The energy consumption statistics of iOS 9 have revealed that the battery drain is due to some sort of audio feature of the Facebook app that keeps working (and consuming data) even after the application has been closed.

The energy consumption statistics of iOS 9 have revealed that the battery drain is due to some sort of audio feature of the Facebook app that keeps working (and consuming data) even after the application has been closed.

The technical details of the audio are yet to be uncovered.

There were many complaints by iPhone users on the Apple's support community and on Twitter as well.

There were many complaints by iPhone users on the Apple's support community and on Twitter as well.

Facebook has considered the problem and announced to work on the issue.

Facebook has considered the problem and announced to work on the issue.

But to stay on the safe side till a solution is brought, I suggest all the iPhone users to browse the social network website through your mobile web browser rather than the app.

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