‘Apple‘ has begun internal testing of iOS 17.0.3, which addresses the overheating problem on iPhone 15 Pro models. Since the day they were released, owners of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have had to deal with the nuisance of their devices overheating. Furthermore, they complain constantly that their phones melt even while charging or using them normally.
‘Apple’ has assured its customers that it is working on a fix for this toasty problem that will be included in future software updates. Information suggests the company is already testing a solution to the overheating problem, an update to iOS 17.0.3.
The company, however, did not provide specifics about the identified bug. Even so, it assured users that the upcoming software update would not compromise the A17 Pro chip’s performance. Apple has also stated that the titanium body of the iPhone 15 Pro is not to blame. If this is true, then hardware failures cannot be blamed for the overheating problems.
iOS 17.1, which is currently in beta and expected to be released in late October, should, however, include the same bug fix. Instagram, Uber, and the racing game Asphalt 9: Legends were named by the manufacturer as applications that contributed to the A17 pro chip’s overheating.
The company is currently collaborating with the makers of these apps in an effort to find a quick fix. Instagram, on the other hand, has already issued a patch in the form of an app update on Wednesday. This day also saw an update to the Uber app. The number of users affected by the bug also needs to be made clear. Apparently, not all iPhone 15 Pro owners have had problems with their devices getting too hot to touch.
Thankfully, the company is aware of the problem and is working to resolve it.
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