Recently, Apple launched the much-awaited iPhone 15 Pro series. However, Apple fans were disappointed when their new iPhone 15 Pros overheated. Currently, the company is rolling out an update that should address this issue.

In case you weren’t aware, Apple was criticized for overheating its iPhone 15 lineup. One user was burned by the overheating. Several factors are reportedly responsible for the iPhone 15 Pro lineup’s thermal issues. According to reports, the new chipset, A17 Pro, and titanium build were to blame.

According to Apple, the overheating was caused by third-party apps like Instagram, Uber, and other optimization issues with iOS 17. The latest update addresses this issue. Apple has now released iOS 17.0.3. It “addresses an issue that may cause the iPhone to run hotter than expected.” The update is for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

As well as fixing the heating issue, Apple also fixed a bug that surfaced last month. During an interview with MacRumors, Apple clarified that it was third-party apps that caused the smartphone to heat up, not the titanium build. Also, the A17 Pro chipset does not require any tweaking, according to the iPhone maker.