The iPhone 15 Pro’s overheating problem probably just needs a software update to fix, but you might not like it

The iPhone 15 Pro's overheating problem probably just needs a software update to fix, but you might not like it 3

If you’ve used your brand new iPhone 15 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro Max since that September 22 release and thought that it got a little too toasty at times, you aren’t alone. The good news is that it should be fixable via a software update, but that might not be the whole story.

With fingers already starting to point at the new A17 Pro chip that now powers Apple’s best iPhones one analyst has sprung to its defense. They say that the A17 Pro and TSMC’s 3nm fabrication process aren’t to blame for overheating issues and that Apple will fix things by releasing a software update. The problem is what that software update might have to do.

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