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Apple Discovers Causes of Overheating in iPhone 15

Updated: Jan 9

Apple has acknowledged and identified several issues that can lead to overheating in the iPhone 15.

iPhone 15 Pro
Credits: REUTERS

The company has attributed the problem to a bug in the iOS 17 software, which will be addressed in an upcoming update.


Additionally, Apple has found that recent updates to certain third-party apps, including Asphalt 9, Instagram and Uber, have been causing the devices to overload.


According to Apple, the overheating is more likely to occur in the initial days after setting up or restoring the device due to increased background activity. The company is actively working with app developers to resolve the issue and release fixes for the affected apps. Instagram has already addressed the problem with its app on September 27.


It is important to note that the overheating does not pose any safety or injury risks and it does not impact the long-term performance of the iPhone 15. Apple has clarified that the design of the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, with their titanium shells, actually improves heat dissipation compared to previous models made of stainless steel.


Apple's commitment to addressing these issues demonstrates its dedication to providing a seamless user experience. The upcoming iOS 17 bug fix will not compromise the performance of the iPhone 15, ensuring that users can continue to enjoy the device without any concerns about overheating.

 
  • Apple has identified issues causing overheating in the iPhone 15.

  • The problem is attributed to a bug in the iOS 17 software, which will be fixed in an upcoming update.

  • Recent updates to certain third-party apps, including Asphalt 9, Instagram and Uber, have also contributed to the overheating.

  • The overheating is more likely to occur in the first few days after setting up or restoring the device.

Source: REUTERS

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