As Apple drafts a patch, Apple iPhone 15 users worry about overheating problems
iPhone 15 problems:- Apple is preparing a software upgrade to address users’ complaints about overheating.
Some users of Apple’s newest smartphone have reported issues with the gadget overheating, which has prompted the company to prepare an update to address the problem.
On September 22, the business unveiled the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. However, customers soon began to complain that the devices were operating substantially warmer than they should.
Apple said on Saturday that has found a flaw in iOS 17 that is making phones feel hotter than they should, but it added that the problem doesn’t pose a risk to safety or injury and won’t impair the phone’s long-term performance.
New owners of Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max have reported that the devices are running hot, which the firm has attributed to a software fault that it plans to remedy. (Getty Images; Leonardo Munoz/VIEWpress/File)
Aside from the software flaw, the company claimed that iPhones often run hotter in the days “after setting up or restoring the device because of increased background activity” linked to data downloads and software upgrades for apps as well as the phone’s operating system.
Apple iPhone 15 users worry about overheating problems
In addition, a new iPhone may run hotter than usual if used for an extended period of time when playing games, watching films, or using the wireless charging feature.
Apple continued, “Another issue includes some recent changes to third-party apps that are overloading the system.
Uber and Meta’s Instagram are two examples of third-party applications that have been causing the iPhone 15 to overheat. Apple claimed that the apps were to blame for the phone’s overburdened system and that it is “working with these app developers on fixes that are in the process of rolling out.” Last week, Instagram updated its app to fix the problem.
Apple claimed that the titanium frame of the iPhone 15 isn’t the source of the heat problem and that when the phone is operating, the metal actually does a better job of dissipating heat than prior stainless-steel iPhones.
Although the business hasn’t given a release date for the software update to repair the iOS 17 flaw, it has stated that the change won’t affect the new iPhone’s performance.