Apple iPhone 15 series users flag heating, slowdown, other issues: Details- QHN

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Apple iPhone 15 users face thermal issues while charging the smartphone

The iPhone 15 series users are reportedly facing several issues while using the flagship devices from Apple. While some iPhone 15 series users flag lag in interface, others report overheating while charging. Some of these are fixable through software updates and the American Tech giant has signalled that they are working to resolve these problems. Below is a roundup of issues the iPhone 15 series users flagged on various platforms, including X (formerly Twitter):


The most common problem reported by the iPhone 15 series users is that the smartphone gets way too hot. Some users reported that the heating gets intensive while extensive gaming or recording videos in 4K. Others faced similar thermal issues while charging the smartphone.

While this problem is largely fixable with new software updates, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo on Medium said that overheating in the new iPhones is largely due to changes made in the chassis to make the device lighter.


JerryRigEverything, a YouTube account that posts videos related to smartphone durability, recently posted a video in which it has shown that the back glass of the iPhone 15 Pro Max gets shattered easily. This issue is not software related so experts advise on using the phone with a case.


Some users have also reported that they are facing problems with booting up the device and transferring data from their previous iPhones. Apple did release an update on the launch day itself to rectify this issue.


The new titanium frame on the iPhone 15 Pro models is attracting dirt and fingerprints, reported some users. There are reports alleging frame alignment issues and scratches on their brand new device.

First Published: Sep 29 2023 | 12:38 PM IST

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