Apple Testing iOS 17.0.3 Update To Fix iPhone 15 Pro Overheating  

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Brand ‘Apple’ started testing iOS 17.0.3 Version internally to fix overheating issue on iPhone 15 Pro models. iPhone 15 Pro owners and iPhone 15 Pro Max users have been struggling with overheating issues since the day of launch. And there are frequent complaints of their phones melting even during normal use and charging.

Regarding this problem, the company ‘Apple’ assures the users that it will solve this problem as soon as possible through future updates. According to the information, the brand is testing the upcoming iOS 17.0.3 update to fix the overheating problem.

However, the company did not provide detailed information about the identified bugs. Still, of course, he said he won’t be reducing the performance of the A17 Pro chip with its planned software update. Apple also pointed out that the titanium frame of the iPhone 15 Pro is not responsible for this. So, from this statement, it seems that the overheating issues are not a result of hardware deficiencies.

However, the same bug fixes should be included in iOS 17.1, which is currently in its beta phase and is expected to roll out in late October. The company said the overheating problem was also caused by overloading of some applications on the A17 Pro chip, including Instagram, Uber and racing game Asphalt 9: Legends.

Now, the company is working with the developers of these apps to find a solution as soon as possible. While Instagram had already released an app update with the fix on Wednesday. Uber also upgraded its application today. It also needs to be clarified how many users are affected by this issue. According to reports, not all iPhone 15 Pro users have experienced overheating issues.

Luckily, the company is working on this issue and it will be fixed soon.

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