Apple IPhone 6S And 6S Plus Facing Overheating Issues

Posted: Sep 28 2015, 12:34pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 28 2015, 8:28pm CDT, in News | Apple


Apple iPhone 6S and 6S Plus Facing  Overheating Issues

A few early users are reporting overheating issues with the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.

As the recently revealed Apple iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus have hit the stores of many counties around the globe, a new report said that the bigger version of the fresh out of the box Apple iPhone is bringing on overheating issues for a few users.

Things being what they are, the overheating issue confronted by the Apple iPhone 6S Plus users makes the camera application unusable.

As indicated by a complainant on Reddit, the iPhone was not overused or exposed to heat, when it experienced the overheating issue.

The phone allegedly jumped to extremely hot temperatures out of the blue. Also, after opening the camera app, the phone gives out "Flash is disabled" warning message.

This is trailed by the possible advice i.e. "The iPhone needs to cool down before you can use the flash."

The message has a sole “OK” button towards the end. It is significant that this specific issue with the iPhone 6S/6S Plus has obviously been accounted for various times.

Numerous users purportedly said that the device is running noticeably hotter when contrasted with other iPhone models.

To be particular, the temperature evidently shoots up to 102 degrees Fahrenheit. The suitable temperature for most of the handsets is 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

Regardless, there is no data accessible to learn if this is a single case to specific batch of iPhone 6S/6S Plus models. Apple will likely be taking this situation very seriously.

For now, there is not much to worry about unless your phone is overheating on regular basis.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.




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