iPhone 4S Facebook Badge App Icon - Wrong Number!
Jonathan Thornton 1 year ago
I have recently bought an iPhone 4S. Previously I had an iPod touch. On the iPod touch I had no issues with the badge app icon (little red number) for Facebook. However, on the iPhone it is always +3, as if I have an extra 3 unread notifications. For example if I genuinely have 2, it will show up on the app icon as 5. I'm presuming this is because somewhere along the way there were 3 notifications I didn't "read", but I've scrolled through the notifications within the app as far back as it will let me (one week I believe) and there are no unread ones. This is quite annoying as it renders the badge fairly useless. Note that it is just Facebook I'm having this problem with, no other apps. Any ideas on how to "reset" the number?
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