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2 Oct, 2023
1 min time to read

Apple has acknowledged and addressed user complaints regarding iPhone 15 and 15 Pro overheating, assuring that it's not related to the phone's hardware design but rather issues with iOS 17 and specific apps like Instagram, Uber, and Asphalt 9.

The company mentioned that the forthcoming iOS 17.1 update will resolve these issues, and there will be no throttled performance as a result of the fix. Apple clarified that there is no safety risk associated with these thermal concerns. The overheating problems can be exacerbated by factors such as using USB-C power adapters with more than 20W charging and background processing that occurs after restoring a phone.

Despite the challenges, Apple's iPhone 15 series introduces significant changes, including the A17 Pro chip manufactured using TSMC's 3nm process and the use of titanium in the frame's construction. These hardware upgrades, along with the forthcoming software fix, aim to enhance the user experience and address the overheating concerns reported by users.