The normal operating temperature for iPhones to operate is between 0 and 35 degree Celsius. This denotes that using the device below 0 or beyond 30 degree Celsius could likely cause potential damage or adverse effects like iPhone not charging or overheating. That being said, prudence must be observed when taking or using your iPhone
One of the most widespread issues encountered by iOS device owners is on overheating. For some reasons, the new firmware update is causing the device to keep working even when it’s idle and so eventually it overheats. Overheating problem has been affecting various iPhone models from iPhone 6s and even on the latest iPhone X.
Does your iPhone 8 Plus gets unusually warmer than it should? If you think so, then you are most likely dealing with an issue on iPhone overheating. Should this be the case, you may refer to this post for potential solutions. Read on to find out what causes your new iPhone to overheat and what
Mobile devices typically get warm when and shortly after installing new software updates. This is due to the processor that’s working to download and install the update file. A device may become extremely warm when the update file to download and install is huge because it would take time for the processor to complete its
Overheating issues in mobile devices are not always associated with a faulty hardware like defective battery or other components. In fact, most cases of iPhone overheating are linked to rogue apps, misconfigured settings, bugs and malware, and even faulty updates. To make it more specific, we will tackle the last factor which is on faulty
Aside from rapid battery draining, many iPhone X users also ended up facing an issue on overheating after installing the most recent iOS version on their respective devices. This makes them wonder what exactly is with the new firmware update that caused their new iPhone to succumb into such a dilemma. If you’re one of