Poll: Is your iPhone 15 Pro still overheating after iOS 17.0.3 update?

Every year when Apple releases a new iPhone, there are always reports of some problems. This year, a number of users complained about the iPhone 15 Pro overheating. While some believed there was a design flaw in the new iPhones, Apple admitted there was a bug causing these problems and released the iOS 17.0.3 update to fix it. Now we want to know if your iPhone 15 Pro continues to overheat after the update.

iPhone 15 Pro Overheating Issues

As a reminder, there have been a lot of complaints from iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max users about these new devices overheating. even when performing relatively simple tasks such as web browsing. Apple initially attributed the temperature increase to a normal software-related condition.

The company claimed that the temperature increase during initial setup, restoring from backup, and charging was within normal iPhone operating parameters. over a wireless network or run graphics- and processor-intensive applications.

However, the company later admitted that the cause of unusually high temperatures in iPhone 15 models was a software glitch in iOS 17. With the release of iOS 17.0.3 earlier this month, Apple said it had fixed an issue that “may cause iPhone to run hotter.” than expected.”

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Mine stopped overheating BEFORE the update , and that's because I disabled background activities for third party apps like Uber and Uber eats. Disabling background activities didn't impact the performance of these apps at all, so I see no reason to allow them to run in the background again.

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It's unclear what exactly was causing these overheating issues. and what Apple changed in this software update. However, one thing we know for sure is that iOS 17.0.3 will not affect the performance of the iPhone 15 Pro, contrary to what some people expected.

Does the iOS 17.0.3 update fix the issues for you?

Now Since iOS 17.0.3 has been available for some time, we want to know if our readers are still noticing overheating issues on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max in particular. Recent thermal imaging tests have shown that the iPhone does indeed run cooler after the update.

However, users are still complaining that the iPhone 15 Pro runs hotter than its predecessors. Personally, I still feel like my iPhone 15 Pro Max gets noticeably hotter than my iPhone 14 Pro Max when I'm using the camera or when it's on the charger.

What about you? Let us know in the poll and also in the comments section below.

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