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Apple will soon fix the overheating issue on iPhone 15 Pro through Software update




  • It is common for a new iPhone to feel a touch warmer during setup due to “increased background activity.”
  • To address some of the issues, Apple is currently working on releasing an update for iOS 17.
  • To address some of the additional issues that can cause the iPhone 15 Pro to overheat, the company is also collaborating with independent app makers.

The iPhone 15 series went on sale last month, and while the ordinary models’ introduction went rather well, customers of the iPhone 15 Pro have been experiencing several problems. This includes unusually high levels of overheating, which consumers encounter even during routine use. Here is Apple’s response.

In a statement to Indian Express, Apple stated “We noticed a few circumstances that may lead the iPhone to function warmer than expected.” “Due to increased background activity, the device may feel warmer in the first few days after setup or restoration.

Additionally, we have found an iOS 17 bug that is affecting some customers and will be fixed in a future software update. Recent changes to third-party programs are another problem that overloads the system. Together, we are working on the patches that are presently being released for this app.

Many consumers started griping on Apple’s forums, Reddit, and other online platforms shortly after the company unveiled its latest iPhone 15 Pro models that the expensive versions were overheating during use. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple expert at TF International Securities, any overheating problems were probably caused by “compromises” in the phone’s design as the company sought to make it lighter.

According to Apple, recent changes to some third-party iOS 17 apps, including Instagram, Asphalt 9, and Uber, may result in the devices “running warmer than normal.” The business is collaborating with outside developers to put improvements into place. In response, Instagram updated its app and did so on September 27. The company added that it has found an iOS 17 flaw that will be fixed in a future software release. This demonstrates that Apple has carefully considered the discussions and that the problems might not arise as frequently.

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