Some users report that their iPhone 13 Pro gets hot during use or when charging the battery. iPhone 13 Pro getting hot is a serious problem. We’ll look at the most common causes of iPhone 13 Pro overheating and explain what you can do to solve the problem.
Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro is a beautiful addition to the iPhone model catalog. But they do have their own problems. For example, your iPhone 13 Pro may experience overheating issues.
Use These Tips to Fix iPhone 13 Overheating Issue
1. Check for External Reasons
The most common factors that cause iPhone 13 Pro to heat up are the environment and physical conditions, but an main reason why iPhone 13 may overheat is because of environment temperature. iPhone is suitable for use in temperatures from 0º C to 35º C. If your phone is exposed to direct sunlight in summer, it may cause it to overheat. Or, if it is installed in the heater vent of a car in winter, it may also cause it to heat up.
- Avoid leaving the iPhone in the car on a hot summer day.
- Avoid putting iPhone on hot objects
- Avoid playing games while charging your iPhone
- Avoid leaving iPhone to direct sunlight.
- Make sure to use a suitable USB cable and fast charger when charging.
- There may be a problem with the charging cable. Try to change
- Please remove the phone case if your iPhone 13 is already hot
2. Turn Down the Brightness.
It is a good idea to automatically set the brightness to ensure that the screen is not too bright in a darker room, but may require manual adjustment in a brighter room and sunlight. Open the control center and drag the brightness slider to the bottom.
3. Use Wi-Fi As Much As Possible
Compared with the cellular data, using Wi-Fi requires less power. Maintaining a Wi-Fi connection at all times helps prevent iPhone 13 from overheating.
4. Check Your Application
Please delete any new applications you have recently installed. Apps that are not installed correctly or apps that keep crashing may cause your phone to overheat. Even apps that are in the background or stopped can cause your iPhone to overheat. You may not realize this because it is not something you use frequently.
Go to "Settings"> "Battery" and check battery usage to check which apps are using the most battery power
5. Update Your iOS to the Latest Version.
The iOS version can also cause the iPhone to overheat. You can update iOS by going to "Settings"> "General"> "Software Update".
6. Restart iPhone
There may be some software running in the background that causes your iPhone 13 to overheat. The easiest solution is to turn off the iPhone for 30 seconds and then turn it on again. To do this , go to "Settings"> "General"> "Shutdown".
7. Force Restart
Any device that has been running for several days is prone to overheating, including your iPhone 13 . Forcing your device to restart can clear the error and fix the overheating problem on the iPhone 13 —press the volume up button, press and hold the power button/side button until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
8. Disable Background App Refresh
To do this, go to "Settings"> "General"> "Background App Refresh" and click "Close".
9. Turn Off Location Services
If turn on the location services, your iPhone will update the location of the iPhone, and generating a lot of heat. To fix it, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services and then turn it Off.
10. Reset All Settings
You may set the wrong operation for your phone, so it makes sense to reset all settings.To do that, go to Settings > General > Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset and click Reset All Settings.
11. Restore iPhone as New
Once you reset your iPhone, all of your data and settings will be deleted and your device will be as good as new( be sure to create a backup of your data before you proceed with this step). go to Settings > General > Transfer or Reset iPhone > Erase All Content and Settings.
These tips will fix overheating problems on your iPhone 13 Pro.
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