Apple released iOS 17.0.3 version that should solve iPhone 15 Pro overheating
If you are one of those who have had one of the iPhone 15 Pro phones overheat, this problem should be solved for you as Apple has released the iOS 17.0.3 software update designed almost exclusively for this. As its name suggests, it’s a minor update and represents version 21A360, and it also addresses a kernel vulnerability that could allow hackers to exploit it.
Therefore, even if you do not have one of the two devices from the latest Apple series, it would not be a bad idea to update your iOS operating system as soon as possible. To see if the update is available to you, you should go to Settings, then General and then Software Update, where iOS 17.0.3 should be ready to install.
The company from Cupertino last week admitted that the problem with more intense heating of the latest devices exists, after users on social networks began to report this type of problem en masse.
In the explanation, Apple said that the cause of the problem is not the new design of the device, but the opposite, and that the software update will correct this error, and at the same time will not affect the performance of the phone.
Meanwhile, Apple has also worked with developers of certain apps like Instagram and Uber that reportedly overtaxed the A17 Pro chipset found in the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models, leading to heat dissipation issues. That likely means some of those apps should also get updates in the near future, MacRumors writes.