The most usual problem iPhone, iPod touch and iPad Facebook app users encounter is the slowness of the app.
Using the Facebook app for iOS devices have been a grueling experience to some, while others simply discard the app and use their browsers to load their accounts due to the “painfully slow” user experience that they encounter.
According to the New York Times, the sluggish performance of the Facebook app for iOS devices is because of the hybrid program language.
But this is about to change by next month, as Facebook launches their new Facebook app for iOS users.
This upgrade will enhance the experience of the users, as this eliminates the slowness of the app.
NYT’s Nick Bilton has tested the new Facebook app and said that the latter is like “putting the engine of a Smart Car in the body of a Ferrari.”
The update is built completely using Objective-C, which removes the sluggish performance of the old Facebook app which was built with HTML 5 components within an Objective-C.
Whatever it is, this update is going to be welcomed by iOS users of the Facebook app.
Are you an iOS device owner? What’s your take on the performance the old Facebook app?
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