Tetraprism lens, activities button, titanium frame, and A17 Pro processor were expected to make the iPhone 15 Pro Max famous. Overheating concerns since its introduction have hampered Apple's flagship smartphone's launch.
A17 benchmarks dropped after an early patch fixed heat issues, but performance suffered. Unfortunately, people are reporting that it's back again, and more. Smartphone users are experiencing screen burn concerns.
iPhone 15 Pro Max: Fame-burning product In a typical instance of “when it rains, it pours,” the Pro Max has battery drain difficulties and screen burn-in, according to users.
A new tweet/post by tech tipster and X user Tarun Vats highlights several occurrences of this problem. Tarun describes screen burn difficulties as “adding to a growing list of problems for the company this year.”
Has iOS 17.0.3 addressed your issues? s Apple's flagship sinking? Users have also noticed that the iPhone Pro Max's 120Hz ProMotion display is locked to 80Hz in most cases, its receiver speaker has started crackling at volumes above 80%, Apple Pay issues, and persistent night-time camera lens flares since the iPhone 14-Series.
Some users complain that poorly designed third-party applications like Snapchat have UI issues and fuzzy photos, and that some power banks won't charge Apple's newest phones.
Apple has only addressed the iPhone 15 Pro's overheating issue, keeping users in the dark about hardware and software faults as they try to right the iPhone following a rough launch. Can Apple's suggested software patches save its smartphone from its flaws? That's uncertain.