Over the weekend we told you that the problem overheating on some iPhone 15 Pro They arose due to a bug in iOS 17. Fortunately, Apple did not have to wait long to fix it. The company launched iOS 17.0.3, which is designed specifically to solve this problem, among other bugs that have been reported in recent days. If you are one of those who experienced a significant increase in temperature on the new terminal, update it as soon as possible.

“This update contains important bug fixes, security updates, and resolves an issue that may cause iPhones to overheat more than expected.”


The first reports of iPhone 15 Pro overheating began appearing last week; just days after the global launch of the device. Nevertheless, not all terminals encountered the problem.

Obviously, since this device had just hit the market, alarmism and exaggerated information were immediate. For example, Ming-Chi Kuo, who was once one of the most reliable sources of information about upcoming Apple products, noted that the iPhone 15 Pro may have a design flaw. However, Apple denied this.

On September 30, Apple admitted in an interview Forbesthat some iPhone 15 Pros are experiencing overheating issues. Of course they mentioned that this is not a hardware design flaw, but iOS 17 error. The solution, of course, was already in process.

“We’ve identified some conditions that may cause 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 discovered a bug in iOS 17 that is affecting some users and will be resolved through a software update,” they said.

“Increased background activity” has proven to be the main culprit for some owners. By temporarily disabling this feature in various applications such as Instagram or Twitter, the iPhone 15 Pro overheating problem was resolved.

In fact, Apple itself has warned that apps like Instagram, Uber and ‌Asphalt 9: Legends They consumed an abnormal amount of resources.. “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.”

Now that iOS 17.0.3 is available, it will be interesting to run some tests to make sure that the iPhone 15 Pro’s overheating is truly behind us. We have no doubt that they will also be implemented. tests performance so that Apple does not limit the capabilities of its chip to solve this problem. In conversation with Forbesthey hinted at it A17 Pro will not be compromised.

Source: Hiper Textual

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I'm Ben Stock, a highly experienced and passionate journalist with a career in the news industry spanning more than 10 years. I specialize in writing content for websites, including researching and interviewing sources to produce engaging articles. My current role is as an author at Gadget Onus, where I mainly cover the mobile section.


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