Let’s face it, Facebook’s mobile apps aren’t exactly the most stable we’ve seen and based on the various user comments left on the iTunes App Store and the Google Play store, there have been a lot of calls to “fix” it. That being said, according to sources who revealed to Bloomberg, four former Apple software engineers have been hired and are working on speed and performance enhancements for the iOS version of the Facebook app. The update is expected to roll out in the next couple of months, and that a complete overhaul of the app is in the works and will most likely see a 2013 release. Since there has been no official word from Facebook yet, we suggest taking this with a grain of salt. Either way we will be keeping our eyes peeled for this supposedly improved, faster app, so be sure to check back with us at a later date for more info!
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