- In order to eliminate overheating problems with the iPhone 16 series, Apple is working on new design tweaks.
- For the iPhone 16 series, the company is rumored to be developing a new graphene thermal system.
- The battery of the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max may include a metal casing for improved heat conductivity.
Due to heating problems, the iPhone 15 Pro models had jerky starts, which upset users. Users have complained and reported abnormal warmth on numerous occasions. Apple is rumored to be developing a graphene thermal system because it seems the business doesn’t want to repeat this.
Better thermals may be included in the iPhone 16 series
- In order to avoid overheating problems, Apple is reportedly working on new design improvements for the iPhone 16 series, according to X user KosutamiSan, who claims to have an iPhone 16 prototype.
- A graphene thermal system may be employed in the 2024 iPhone series to enhance thermal conductivity, as graphene is a more promising material than the current copper one.
- Recall that the recently released A17 Pro processor was first thought to be the cause of the heating problem on the iPhone 15 Pro series.
- Some speculated that the new titanium frame and the reduced heat dissipation surface might be the true causes of the heating problems.
- By releasing the iOS 17.0.3 update, Apple dispelled these rumors and demonstrated that the problem is primarily software-related rather than hardware-related.
- The X user also mentioned that the similar heating problem can be caused by a metal cover on the battery units of the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max.
- This advice seems reasonable for the iPhone’s battery as well, as MacRumours pointed out that Apple had already switched from a black foil case to a metal one with the Watch Series.
MacRumours pointed out that Apple has already switched from a black foil casing to a metal one with the Watch Series, so this advice seems valid for the iPhone battery as well.