Apple found the culprits for the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max heating problem. In its statement today, the company blamed some third-party software and iOS 17 errors. Accordingly, Apple will release a software update for the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max heating problem. There is a high probability that this update will come with iOS 17.1.
Will the overheating problem of iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max be solved with the iOS 17.1 update?
The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max heating problem, revealed by Ming Chi Kuo, is getting bigger. In its latest statement, Apple generally blamed the problem on third-party applications running in the background. According to this analysis, Instagram in particular has a big share in this heating problem. Again, Uber application and Asphalt 9 game are also responsible for this heating problem.
In fact, in its statement, Apple targets all applications that cannot adapt to iOS 17 for the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max heating problem.
Apple is of the opinion that there is no hardware or design problem, especially as suggested by some analyses. In particular, Ming Chi Kuo pointed out that the Titanium case could cause heating problems. Again, there are no additional cooling measures in the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models.
This overheating problem, which has generally been seen in Android flagship models until now, has recently been solved with special cooling units. Apple will probably fix this problem with the iOS 17.1 update.