Facebook patch-up battery issues in iPhone application

26 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Apple iPhone 6s user review: Just the battery makes it worth my moolah.

So when Apple launches its new iPhone 6s for Rs 62,000 and the iPhone 6s Plus at Rs 72,000, it is natural to hear a lot of complaining and reports pointing out that Apple correct its prices. Price-drop or not, Apple’s products carry with them an air of exclusivity and for those who are heavily invested into the Apple ecosystem, the idea of getting out is definitely not easy.

The network’s engineering manager Ari Grant announced a few “key issues” had been found, including a “CPU spin” in Facebook’s network code and problems with how it manages audio sessions. Facebook came under scrutiny for similar reasons in April last year, when a former Apple expert discovered the Facebook app was continually requesting resources, hogging battery power as a result. • Set your phone to low power mode. This Apple iOS 9 feature will temporarily reduce power consumption by either reducing or turning off a bunch of non-crucial features, like Siri and automatic downloads.

There’s no doubt that the feature has its uses, especially for the way I open Instagram or the camera app or when it comes to forwarding pics on WhatsApp. I would rate my usage as bordering on heavy given that I constantly listen to music, get a stream of pings on WhatsApp and Facebook, followed by Instagram browsing. But the improved camera, and the amazing battery life have left me impressed. 3D Touch, while it is a work in progress, is also something that no other phone really offers.

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