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Facebook has fixed a bug in its apps that was draining users' phone batteries extremely fast (FB)

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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 ()

Facebook has fixed a bug in its apps that was draining users' phone batteries extremely fast (FB)Facebook has fixed a nasty bug in its Messenger app that was draining some users' batteries incredibly fast and making their phones get too hot.

David Marcus, the VP of messaging products at the social network, confirmed on Twitter that there was a bug, and that it should now be solved.

"Issue was isolated and fixed server...
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