Some iPhone 15 Pros are STILL overheating despite Apple releasing its updated iOS to address the issue, users claim

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  • Apple released an iOS update this period to reside overheating iPhone 15 Pros
  • Some users recovered nan smartphone still overheats aft definite tasks
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By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com

Published: 13:09 EDT, 12 October 2023 | Updated: 14:21 EDT, 12 October 2023

Some iPhone 15 Pro users declare their smartphones are still overheating contempt Apple releasing an updated iOS 17 this month.

DailyMail.com has confirmed respective reports from users whose devices are still becoming too basking to handle moreover after downloading iOS 17.0.3.

Apple claimed nan caller operating strategy would beryllium a fix, arsenic it said a package bug caused nan excessive heat.

Users still plagued by nan rumor opportunity it occurs pinch Apple's MagSafe Charger aliases moreover erstwhile nan smartphone is idle.

DailyMail.com has confirmed respective reports from users whose devices are still becoming excessively basking to grip moreover aft downloading iOS 17.0.3 

Apple released nan caller iOS connected October 4 pursuing galore reports from users claiming their iPhone 15 Pro would apical 100 degrees Fahrenheit aft conscionable a fewer minutes of use.

Adarsh Kumar, a personnel of nan Indian National for nan authorities of Karnataka, told DailyMail.com that his iPhone 15 Pro still faces heating issues.

He explained that nan smartphone only overheats erstwhile charged pinch a MagSafe and moreover erstwhile 'it is near idle.'

'The titanium aboveground makes it difficult to clasp nan telephone arsenic good erstwhile it gets heated. The overheating is not constricted to conscionable nan backside,' Kumar said.

DailyMail.com said pinch X personification 'Maxwell' who besides confirmed his iPhone 15 Pro Max is still overheating aft nan iOS 17.0.3 update.

Maxwell shared a screenshot of his smartphone that displayed a 'Charging connected Hold notification.'

'Charging will resume erstwhile iPhone returns to normal temperature,' nan notification reads.

He besides shared that nan speakers are still crackling, and nan smartphone 'can't withstand a mini drop.'

Other iPhone 15 Pro owners shared their frustrations connected a MacRumors Forum, wherever galore besides cited issues while utilizing A MagSafe charger.

'I've had my 15 pro (512GB) telephone since merchandise time and complaint it each nighttime connected my Belkin 3 successful 1 MagSafe charger, I person utilized this charger for 3 years without issues,' users TotalMacMove posted.

'I woke up yesterday greeting pinch my telephone astatine 68 percent, and aggregate alerts saying charging had been paused owed to somesthesia and nan telephone was highly hot.'

However, galore users reported nan updated iOS fixing their iPhone 15 Pro overheating issue. 

Users shared screenshots of their smartphones that displayed a 'Charging connected Hold notification'

Apple claimed nan caller operating strategy would beryllium a fix, arsenic it said a package bug caused nan excessive heat

However, galore users reported nan updated iOS fixing their iPhone 15 Pro overheating issue

Some iPhone 15 Pro users declare their smartphones are still overheating contempt Apple releasing an updated iOS 17 this month

An X personification posted: 'The overheating of iPhone 15 pro max has gone down for maine since nan update.'

Some users besides shared that they ne'er had overheating issues pinch their iPhone 15 Pro aliases Pro Max.

Tech experts had believed nan problem was related to nan iPhone 15's caller processor aliases titanium casing that houses nan high-end iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

But Apple deed backmost astatine nan claims, blaming nan rumor connected a package bug. 

An Apple spokesperson told DailyMail.com that users mightiness announcement their iPhone 15 Pro emotion warmer erstwhile they group it up, reconstruct from backup, wirelessly complaint it, aliases usage graphics-intensive aliases processor-intensive apps.


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