In response to issues plaguing iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max variants since they went on sale, Apple appears to be accelerating the process of addressing them. There have been reports of overheating and discoloration in units all over the world. Apple recently acknowledged that its latest Pro models had discoloration issues. According to an interview with Forbes, Apple has confirmed a fix for the iPhone 15 Pro’s overheating issues is on the way.

Apple’s A17 Pro processor powers the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. It has six cores of CPU and six cores of GPU. Resident Evil, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and other console-level games can also be run on the processor.

There are a few factors that contribute to the iPhone 15 Pro becoming warmer than expected, according to the Cupertino-based tech giant. During the first few days after setting up or restoring, the computer may run like that due to intense background activity. To put it simply, the new device works overtime and over-temperature to redownload all the data from the previous device as quickly as possible.

There’s more to it than that. Additionally, Apple has identified a bug in iOS 17 that will be fixed via a software update. The system is also overloaded by updates to third-party apps.

Due to Apple’s acknowledgment of overheating issues, there can be no assumption that the iPhone 15 Pro or Pro Max is at fault. It won’t be a long time before users have to deal with this. Due to built-in protections against overheating, iPhones and iPads’ long-term performance won’t be adversely affected.

By regulating the temperature, it protects its components in the event of a temperature increase.