Apple has officially acknowledged that certain iPhone 15 models are experiencing overheating issues beyond the expected levels. The company attributes the problem to a bug in the iOS 17 software and has assured users that a fix is in the works and will be included in an upcoming software update.
In a statement, Apple clarified that the overheating problem is not a safety concern and does not pose a risk of injury. Furthermore, the company reassures users that the issue will not have any adverse effects on the long-term performance of the affected iPhones.
Apple is actively collaborating with app developers to address third-party applications that may be contributing to the overheating problem. The comprehensive fix is expected to be implemented across the iOS ecosystem, enhancing the overall stability and performance of the iPhone 15 models.
As the company prioritizes user experience and device functionality, users are advised to keep their devices updated with the latest software releases to benefit from the forthcoming solution to the overheating issue. Apple remains committed to providing a seamless and reliable experience for iPhone users and appreciates their patience as they work to resolve the identified concerns.