The Key To Facebook's Mobile Strategy: Smaller Apps

There’s been a lot of talk about what Facebook will do with its iOS application in the future. There’s talk of a redesign, but there’s no word from the company on what the redesign will actually look like. In fact, the only information out there is that the application is “faster” and that it is written in Objective-C to run natively on the iPhone.

One question that was bugging me, though, is what will happen to all of the other Facebook applications when Facebook redesigns the main application. I’m talking about Messenger, Camera, and Pages Manager. These applications have become popular because they run faster, and they give iOS users the ability to jump right into the part of Facebook they want to use.

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