Apple says it will fix software problems blamed for making iPhone 15 models too hot to handle


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Titanium is not a good conductor of heat dissipation

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Bit we’ll still still charge you exorbitant prices for the privilege of getting your hands scalded…

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Very pleased with the new iOS 17. Great improvement in battery time.

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That's one bloody expensive electric kairo lol.

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They should have advertised it as a feature.

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I'n not an iPhone user - but they've always had problems with the introduction of a new iOS and they've always got it sorted very successfully. And, yes iOS 17 on my iPads and Apple TVs is a good improvement. Bit I disagree with the improved battery time. My iPad is using more battery - but then its probably time for a new one being 4 years old.

@Sanji - Always the voice of positivity aren't you? Simple supply and demand - they can charge what they want and will continue to do so until the masses stop buying, which they are clearly not.

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Bit I disagree with the improved battery time

Counter intuitive really. Causes iphone 15 to use so much power it becomes too hot but makes other devices use less power?

But who knows

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