Here what we know about the iPhone 15 series overheating problem so far
The new iPhone 15 series launch was not a mere launch it was an invitation to a slew of events that the world witnessed. Just before the launch, the tech community was buzzing with the Apple event that overshadowed the news of other launches.
Now when the iPhone 15 series has been launched users are sharing their experience on social media platforms. On one side where few are overwhelmed by the major upgrades that this series brings some are disappointed by it.
And one of the major reasons for disappointment is overheating. It is commonly seen that in the first 24 hours of usage, almost all smartphones heat up. A number of people have come forth to explain the underlying reason but a reliable known analyst has shared the result of a survey that might be the possible reason for this issue. The analyst Ming-Chi Kyo in his blog post wrote that “iPhone 15 Pro series overheating issues are unrelated to TSMC’s advanced 3nm node”. Further Ming mentioned that it can be because of compromises made in the thermal system design such as reduced heat dissipation area. The use of a titanium frame has also been mentioned as one of the possible reasons that Apple is using it as a selling aspect among buyers.
As far as it’s solution is concerned Ming mentioned in his blog post “Apple will address this through software updates, but improvements may be limited unless Apple lowers processor performance”.
Until Apple plans to do something about it, you can try these methods to solve the issue.
Possible ways to stop overheating
One of the recommended methods is to enable auto brightness. It has been seen maximum brightness causes the overheating and battery drain quickly. Auto brightness will make sure to set the brightness based on ambient light.
Another solution can be to turn off the Bluetooth when it’s not required. Other apps that use location can also be the possible reason for this like Safari, and navigation. And for the immediate effect do prefer Aeroplane mode which will stop all operations and can help to resolve the issue.
Apart from these possible solutions, a report from China has claimed that Apple stores are cautioning against using Android charging cables.