Apple accuses iPhone 15 overheating on software bugs, not hardware issues

In a few days, the iPhone 15 launch was surpassed by widespread reports of overheating. As per many users on X (formerly Twitter), Reddit, and Apple’s forums, the new handsets are getting so hot as to be hard to keep in hand. Apple finally responded and assured a fix was on the way.

Apple said the issue is related to software rather than the A17 Pro chip or titanium enclosure. Apple also targeted 3 possible reasons for the overheating in some iPhone 15 Pro models:

  • Apple iPhones “can feel warmer during the first few days after setting up or restoring the device because of increased background activity.”
  • Some apps such as Instagram and Uber that were recently updated to support iOS 17 can overload the A17 Pro chip’s CPU.
  • A bug in iOS 17 that is “impacting some users”.

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