Is that a hot iPhone 15 in your pocket, or… ?

Every year a new scare story appears soon after Apple introduces new iPhone models. It’s a regular occurrence, and the stories almost always disappear once the initial furor dies down.

This year’s scare story is no different — it’s not even new — though enterprise IT may want to add some third-party applications to its ban list for managed devices in response.

iPhone feels the heat?

The iPhone 15, we’re told, has a problem with heat. Literally tens of people who claimed to have purchased one of the new devices raced to share overheating issues they claimed were driving the phone’s temperature sky high.

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​ Every year a new scare story appears soon after Apple introduces new iPhone models. It’s a regular occurrence, and the stories almost always disappear once the initial furor dies down.This year’s scare story is no different — it’s not even new — though enterprise IT may want to add some third-party applications to its ban list for managed devices in response.iPhone feels the heat?
The iPhone 15, we’re told, has a problem with heat. Literally tens of people who claimed to have purchased one of the new devices raced to share overheating issues they claimed were driving the phone’s temperature sky high.To read this article in full, please click here   Read More Computerworld 

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