Apple releases an update to address the iPhone 15 overheating issue


Apple has released an update to its operating system (iOS 17) to address the overheating problem related to its latest iPhone 15 models. The series with a titanium frame, equipped with its advanced A17 chip, was launched last month in the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, making them suitable for the latest video games. Shortly after the release of the iPhone 15 versions, users complained of short battery life and excessive heat.

An Apple spokesperson stated that the recent update to the iOS 17 operating system includes “important bug fixes, security updates, and addresses an issue that may cause the iPhone’s temperature to rise more than expected.”

After receiving complaints of excessive heat in the new phones, Apple mentioned this week that this issue may occur in the first few days “after device setup or resetting due to increased background app activity.”

The company also noted that recent updates to some third-party apps such as Meta-owned Instagram and Uber were slowing down the system, adding that the Pro versions did not have an excessive heat problem due to their design, as the new titanium structure helps improve heat dissipation.

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