As Apple has previously announced, the problem is attributed to a software error and not a design one. The problem is also caused by problems with third-party applications such as Instagram. Likewise, Apple has the solution and has acted as quickly as possible to solve this problem. Below we explain how to update your device to avoid problems.
This move comes after Apple officially acknowledged the problem last weekend, marking a turn in the company’s transparency when addressing technical issues, which is appreciated by users. The update is presented as a comprehensive solution, promising to fix underlying bugs, provide security updates and, most importantly, fix the overheating issue.
The update, iOS 17.0.3, carries build number 21A360. To access this update, iPhone users must open the Settings app, select the tab General and then click Software update. The good news is that iOS 17.0.3 is available for any iPhone device that is capable of running iOS 17.
Apple’s official statement on this update is clear: “This update provides important bug fixes, security updates, and addresses an issue that may cause the iPhone to run hotter than expected.”
The problem of overheating
Overheating of mobile devices is a serious concern for both users and manufacturers. While it is true that all electronic devices generate heat naturally due to the energy they consume during normal operation. However, when the heat generated exceeds a certain level, it can lead to system slowdown, cause battery problems, and in extreme cases, permanent damage to the device.
Luckily, Apple’s response to this issue is an important step in the right direction in terms of transparency and accountability. Instead of attributing overheating to a problem in the design of the iPhone 15 Pro, Apple has acknowledged that it is a software problem. This admission demonstrates that the company is committed to addressing technical issues with its products directly and effectively.