Users claim iPhone 6s overheats when installing apps
It’s been only two days since the Apple iPhone 6s was released but the complaints (as well as the songs of praises) have already started pouring in. A number of Reddit users have complained about the abnormal temperature rise in their brand new iPhone 6s devices during the initial setup and when installing apps.
“Mine got hot when I first got it and I was installing all my apps and downloading all my music from my iCloud library. Other than that it’s been fine,” narrated Redditor, “deexus.”
Several other Reddit users aligned with the comment and laid down their own experiences. One user claimed that the overheating wouldn’t allow the camera flash on his iPhone 6s Plus phablet to function:
“I’ve never had this problem with my 6 plus. I live in Tucson, but it was a cool 88°F at the time I was trying to take pictures. The phone hadn’t been used for anything intensive or demanding prior to trying to take pics, just cruising through Facebook randomly, and was stowed away in my back pocket mostly. I’ve noticed this phone, 6s Plus, has been the warmest to the touch of all the iPhones I’ve owned.” — bcarp914.
Afterwards, a deeper research on the comment sections of various popular blogs revealed to us that a wider number of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users have claimed to be affected by the overheating problem. Apple is yet to reply to our emails or release an official statement concerning the issue as at press time.
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