Apple has confirmed that a fix for the iPhone 15 overheating issue is on the way. The update is expected to be released in the coming weeks and will address a software bug and some third-party apps that have been causing some devices to become too hot to handle.
The overheating issue has been reported by users since the iPhone 15 was released in September. Some users have said that their devices have become so hot that they have been uncomfortable to hold. Others have said that their iPhones have shut down unexpectedly due to overheating.
Apple has specifically cited a number of third-party apps, such as Instagram, Uber, and an iOS game named Asphalt 9. Meta has already addressed some of the overheating issues in the latest Instagram update, which was released on September 27.
In addition to the software bug and third-party apps, Apple has also said that the overheating issue can be caused by a temporary setup period that causes the phones to run hotter than expected.
Apple is expected to release the fix for the iPhone 15 overheating issue in the coming weeks. In the meantime, the company is recommending that users take some steps to help prevent their phones from overheating, such as avoiding using them in hot environments, using demanding apps for extended periods of time, and keeping the software up to date.
Apple is also working with app developers to help them identify and fix any issues in their apps that may be contributing to the overheating issue.
The iPhone 15 overheating issue has been reported by users since the device was released in September. Some users have said that their devices have become so hot that they have been uncomfortable to hold. Others have said that their iPhones have shut down unexpectedly due to overheating.
Apple's confirmation that a fix is on the way is welcome news for iPhone 15 owners. The overheating issue is a relatively rare problem, but it can still be concerning for users. Apple's update is expected to address the issue and make the iPhone 15 a safer and more comfortable device to use.