If you are one of those who are facing the problem of your computer overheating iPhone 15 pro, we have good news for you. Apple, via ForbesHe reported that will resolve the situation by releasing an update for iOS 17. Therefore, as expected, the problem is related to operating system failureOr it’s not a hardware issue.
“We’ve identified some conditions that may cause your iPhone to become hotter than expected. The device may feel warmer during the first few days after setup or upon recovery due to increased background activity. We have also identified a bug in iOS 17 that is affecting some users and will be fixed via a software update.
When the iPhone 15 Pro debuted on the market last week, some owners began reporting their terminal overheating. Some after performing technically complex tasks such as recording video in ProRes, others were using only basic applications until they noticed an abnormal increase in temperature. It should be noted that this phenomenon not displayed on all devicesonly in percentage.
Since this is an isolated case, the first suspicion was incurred by iOS 17. It is likely that the operating system, also recently released, It was not completely polished.. However, a certain sector took advantage of the unrest to foresee a serious equipment problem without any evidence. Fortunately, this is not the case.
Apple has made it clear that The new titanium frame, exclusive to the iPhone 15 Pro, does not affect overheating issues.. Therefore, you can forget about Ming-Chi Kuo’s report.
In addition to the bug found in iOS 17, Apple notes that Some third party apps are saturating processes on the A17 Pro chip. These include Instagram, Uber and video games. Asphalt 9: Legends. While they don’t know the specific reasons, they are working with those responsible for these applications to resolve the issue.
“Another issue is with some recent third-party app updates causing system overload. We are working with these developers on solutions that are in the process of being implemented.”
However, at the moment, Apple does not want to announce a specific launch date for this update. Expected that iOS 17.1, which is already in beta testing, will be available to all users at the end of October. Perhaps this version will put an end to overheating on some iPhone 15 Pros.
Source: Hiper Textual
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