Apple is telling users that they can finally take their iPhone 15 models out of the fridge. The company released a patch for iOS on Wednesday with the stated aim of fixing some bugs Which makes phones run hotter than they should.
iOS 17.0.3 arrived on all iPhone XS and later models Wednesday afternoon ET. “This update provides important bug fixes, security updates, and addresses an issue that may cause iPhone to run warmer than expected,” the patch note says.
since l Release, some iPhone 15 Pro users complained that their devices were running rather hot, e.g Pay 108 degrees Fahrenheit is hot. While the device was reaching high temperatures when While playing big AAA games, some users have complained about the phones getting hot during normal use. Some users have expressed concern when their phones run slower or stop completely when they get too hot. The devices became so warm that some users made it happen Jokes About installing aftermarket cooling fans on the back of Apple’s latest premium phones.
Initially, Apple blamed the issue on phones consuming too much processing power during the first few days of setup. Then on Monday, Apple revised its claims and said… The issue was due to a bug within iOS. Certain apps like Instagram, Uber, and the game Asphalt 9 The A17 Pro’s CPU has also been overloaded. Apple said it is working with these app developers to issue their own patches, also.
Apple has tried to stress that the issue is not hardware relatedWhether it’s a new titanium frame or an A17 chip. Apple instead insisted that the frame has a better ability to dissipate heat than the previous stainless steel linehigher.
the Patch notes It doesn’t describe exactly what was changed to prevent iPhones from overheating, though it did address a type of exploit that allows a local malicious actor to gain elevated privileges on the phone.
Meanwhile, some users have discovered other issues that could lead to this iPhone 15 broken when using wireless charging pad On modern BMW cars. Issues crop up whenever new devices are released, and it’s good to see Apple at least trying to deliver on its promises of fixes (though only after a great deal of public outcry). We will have to wait and listen to users to find out if this update actually fixes the issue.
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