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Apple is working on a software update to fix an issue on iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models following complaints about overhead from early adopters.

A few weeks after the phones were released, a number of buyers took to social media to show off their devices reaching temperatures well above normal, which in many cases felt too hot to touch.

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Apple said in a statement that the problem can occur during initial setup, while another issue with third-party apps overloading the system causes issues with iPhones that are literally too hot to handle.

We first identified several conditions that could cause the iPhone to run hotter than expected,” a spokesperson said. Forbes throughout the weekend.

“Due to increased background activity, the device may become warm in the first few days after installation or restore. We also found a bug in iOS 17 that affected some users and will be fixed with a software update. Another issue is some problems caused by third-party applications that overload the system.” “Contains the latest updates. We are working with these app developers on fixes that are being rolled out.”

It is not uncommon for Apple to release software updates for iPhone models shortly after their launch. In fact, this situation had already happened this time because iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro users could not install it on the release day due to a data transfer error.

This issue caused users to restore their phones using a computer and install iOS 17.0.2 before using their new phones.

We hope it won’t be too long before Apple rolls out this update, considering the phones are currently physically uncomfortable for some users.

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