Apple says the iOS 17 update will fix the issue some customers are experiencing with iPhones overheating.
There are bugs in iOS 17, but apparently not the iPhone 15 Pro
We’ve written a few cases about iPhone 15 Pro Max overheating in particular. It’s common in reports that there wasn’t a single thing causing the issue, leading us to speculate that it could be the initial iOS 17 setup (Apple says this can happen too). He is Related programs now recognize Apple, but not quite as we thought, but rather a mixture.
According to the company, the iOS 17 issue is not the only one that “affects some users and will be fixed in a software update.” But according to Apple, there is also another issue affecting “recent updates to third-party apps that cause overload on the system.” We are working with the app developers on fixes that are in the works.”
We’ve identified some conditions that can cause your iPhone to heat up more than expected. The device may become warmer in the first few days after setting up or restoring the device due to increased background activity.
Ming-Chi Kuo said a while ago that he thinks Apple will have to release an iOS version that downclocks the chipset so the iPhone 15 Pro doesn’t get too hot. Now it turns out, according to Apple, that this is related to iOS 17, but the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro are more affected by the bug.