Apple’s critical problems aren’t over. iOS Issues: This update will freeze your iPhone.
Evil has no end. Apple has yet to see the light of day from the tunnel it has completed since the release of the new iPhone 15 and the resulting macro update, the most important of the year. Specifically: iOS 17.
It’s a real shame that the boom in new Apple-designed smartwatches, unlike the iPhone 15, is the world’s most famous bite. It doesn’t just concern the new iPhone released in September.
Even previous iPhones had to deal with overheating when iOS 17 was updated This has nothing to do with the titanium design of the new iPhones, just like it’s not just a third-party app issue why 17.3.0 update Reduces high temperature However, despite being somewhat confirmed by the benchmark data of the new Apple chip.
iPhone, it’s a small step from overheating to constantly shutting down
Report upon report. The overheating issue (after the iOS 17 update) has also happened to some iPhone 13 and 14, but not only. In fact, several users have reported it A strange phenomenon tends towards a new bug.
Since the 17.3.0 update was downloaded, there have been social reports (many on Reddit) of strange and persistent iPhone shutdowns, possibly due to the system update that fixes the overheating issue. iPhone Status Confirmation It also comes from Sector Media: MacRumors at 9to5Mac. Specifically, many users have also noticed a gap of several hours in the iOS battery status graph requiring them to enter their PIN when they wake up (suggested that a reboot has occurred). To understand if your iPhone also has this mysterious bug, you can do the test starting from Settings: tap Battery, then notice the graph: if the graph has a green line in the early morning, everything is fine. Otherwise you may also be subject to bugs.
Apple directly took the field for the notorious overheating, acknowledging and explaining the reasons for high temperatures (especially during the configuration phase, due to conflicts between iOS 17 and third-party apps) before the system update (17.3.0), this time no official note from Cupertino yet. didn’t come It takes time to understand, first understand the causes and then reveal the solutions. Or it’s a phenomenon that doesn’t affect all iPhones, but at least it’s not inherent to iOS 17.