iPhone 15 Pro overheating Users of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have complained about extreme heat, even when perusing the web. Apple first blamed software for this temperature rise.
The firm said iPhones normally run hot when setting up, recovering from a backup, charging wirelessly, or running graphics- and processor-intensive apps.
The firm eventually admitted that an iOS 17 bug caused iPhone 15 units to overheat. Apple released iOS 17.0.3 this month to remedy a bug that “may cause iPhone to run warmer than expected.”
It's unclear what caused these overheating concerns and what Apple addressed with this software upgrade. Contrary to popular belief, iOS 17.0.3 does not impair iPhone 15 Pro performance.
Has iOS 17.0.3 addressed your issues? We want to know whether our readers are still having overheating difficulties with the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max after iOS 17.0.3 was released. Recent thermal imaging tests suggest the iPhone is cooler following the upgrade
User complaints persist that the iPhone 15 Pro is hotter than its predecessors. I still think my iPhone 15 Pro Max gets hotter than my iPhone 14 Pro Max while using the camera or charging.