Apple has admitted that the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max may become excessively hot during use. The company said in a statement that the issue will be fixed in upcoming iOS 17 updates.

Apple promised to fix the iPhone 15 Pro overheating problem

According to Bloomberg, the iPhone 15 Pro overheating issue in the first few days after use is due to a bug in iOS 17. The device heats up after setting up or resetting due to increased background activity. The company said that the bug in the operating system will be fixed in one of the next updates.

In addition, according to Apple, the iPhone can overheat due to some applications, such as Instagram*, Uber or the game Asphault 9. The company has already contacted the developers of the program and Instagram fixed the problem with the application this week.

Previously, MacRumors wrote that the heating issue may be related to the design of the smartphone. A report by expert Ming-Chi Ko claimed that the iPhone 15 Pro’s thermal management system cannot handle the power of the A17 Pro’s processor and operating system updates will not be able to fix the bug.

Apple denied this information. The manufacturer claims that the current design has better heat dissipation compared to previous models, so there is no need to slow down the processor.

Furthermore, the corporation noted that the heating issue does not affect the long-term safety and performance of the smartphone.

*The Meta company is recognized as extremist and banned in the Russian Federation.

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Akhmed Sadulayev

Source: RB

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