It's a feature to help users during winter ❄️
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2023It's mostly 3rd party apps, using them when wireless charging and stuff like that. Bas... moreAre you admitting that iPhone is a ordinary phone just like all other phones out there ???
-Trix-, 02 Oct 2023getting 15 pro max today so interesting to see if this just another Apple blow out of proporti... moreBeing totally honest Trix, if I were looking to pick one up now, there is enough of a storm here to at least leave me a bit sceptical. But I pre ordered mine for collection on launch day.
Thankfully, I have not been getting these issues, yes I’m sure I could make this device get warm if I really wanted it to, and it was indeed warm during initial set up and iCloud restore, but then both tend to be true of any smartphone really. Using it the way I usually do, it’s just fine, but with a nice battery boost over my previous 14 Pro, and really pleasing camera upgrades.
Had I been getting any of this ‘over heating’ stuff happening, or if this device was behaving in any way I found inferior to my previous device then I would have returned it straight away, I have returned many devices in the past for far less.
So whilst it would appear there is some issue that needs addressing, said issue has I think been blown way out of proportion online, because…well it’s Apple, any negative news regarding them is a virtual gold mine online.
As it stands right now, Apple has put up by acknowledging, now they need to step up by correcting.
rizki1, 02 Oct 2023wow iOS has bugsYeah, and?
Every software is not perfect and would have bugs.
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2023Same iOS 17 that is on iphone 15/15+. Both have zero issues. It is the SoC. The iOS 17 bug could have affected phones with A17 Pro and not phones with other chipsets.
Nahrock, 02 Oct 2023Its bcz 3nm chip leaking energy Just like with phones. Smaller phone worse device.
Smaller chip worse device.
But hey plenty of people says 6.7 inch or bigger are too big they need a 4 inch phone.
This Apple instead of acknowledging is their failure tey said some apps and app developers are culprit.
Good luck finding among 2 billions apps in IOS those who are responsible for overheating and fill a form to all responsible for overheating to fix the issue.
Will end like Don Quiote De La Mancha fight against windmills.
But hey hands off we are Apple we made perfect device only those App developers are responsible for failing of Iphone 15 Pro and Pro max.
We will reduce CPU and GPU power during charging to something equal to Helio A22 to not make your phone hot.
Untill the fix feel free to use your phone as a frying pan for your morning breakfast for sausages and mashed eggs.
justasmile, 02 Oct 2023Did you even read the article? It's because of an iOS 17 bug.Then why are iPhone 15/15+ not affected by this iOS 17 bug?
Waiting for all the people always calling Pixel owners "beta testers"...same thing applies here then
We are starting to go the way of pc games, they come out full of bugs, a half finished product
iOS Bugs?? i'm fine with ios 17.0.2 on my iPhone 14 Pro Max no issues no battery drain no overheating. A17 Pro chip is the problem 3nm mmmm
getting 15 pro max today so interesting to see if this just another Apple blow out of proportion thing like they always are.
its simple they will slow down processor by software update
How many Pro-series iPhones are affected? That’s the main question everyone should be asking.
Apple want to solve hardware issue with software update.👏👏
Berserker, 02 Oct 2023Warmer?
It is that hard to say it as it is"hot"
apple:phone gets little warmer due... moreExcept it has been ‘discovered by the public’ and Apple have promised a fix. Now it’s time to see if they live up to that promise, because it’s going to damage their reputation and that of the iPhone as a series if they do not.
And pointing the fingers at some 3rd party apps is hardly a. A new thing, or b. exclusive to Apple now is it. Unless poorly optimised apps haven’t ever been blamed for any software shenanigans at any time and on any platform ever prior to this particular case 🤔
I have a one of these devices, thankfully I’m not getting these issues, this device is running about as cool as any smartphone I have used, and with some pretty impressive battery life. Maybe that’s because I don’t waste large swathes of my day playing video games or scrolling pointless social media posts on it, who knows 🤷
Either way, Apple have acknowledged an issue and promised a fix, now they either do that or deal with the consequences, just like any other company.
Reminds me when first time I own Nokia Lumia 930 when there’re got overheating issues, and Microsoft solve overheat problems with software updates with no performance compromise.
I guess Apple will solve the problem
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2023"We should mention that we could not exactly replicate the overheating issue in our iPhon... moreGSMArena won't retest or update the article, they haven't done that in years.
Hopefully they'll address that in their long-term review (once it's already too late lol )
Now after every youtuber tested it and benchmark appeared, we're gonna underclock cpu 👍
Let's wait and see
It's my first time seeing Apple saying: "ios bug"
Meanwhile also throwing third party app developers under the bus