In response to complaints that some of its new iPhone 15 models are overheating, Apple has begun developing a software patch.
The firm informed CNN that the afflicted iPhone models' long-term performance would not be hampered by the present overheating concerns, nor do they pose a safety risk.
Additionally, it highlighted how inherent safeguards on iPhones assist control component temperature in the event that it rises too high.
Additionally, Apple told CNN that a number of factors are driving the escalation of its next-generation portfolio.
Following the release of the newest iPhones in shops on September 22, user concerns began to surface.
In a statement, Apple informed CNN that "we have identified a few conditions which can cause iPhone to run warmer than expected."
First off, the business said that some recently updated third-party applications may overheat and "overload the system."
Apple released a statement saying, "We're working with these app developers on fixes that are in the process of rolling out."