Apple has acknowledged several reasons why new iPhones might run warmer than expected. They include a bug in iOS 17, increased background activity during initial setup or device restoration, and third-party apps like Asphalt 9, Instagram, and Uber overloading the system. Apple is collaborating with app developers to resolve these issues. The upcoming iOS 17 update will address the bug but won’t compromise performance. According to Apple, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max have better heat dissipation due to their titanium shells, and the overheating isn’t a safety concern or long-term performance issue.
Source – CGTN