There are many users who have said that their iPhone gets hot during the use of charging the battery. An iPhone getting hot is a serious problem. Likely the iPhone temperature warning is a sign of a software and hardware defect, we focus on the many reasons why your iPhone gets warm and hot, what you can do to stop your iPhone from overheating. When iPhone temperature errors occur, the user may be prone to panic, and try to fix the problems by taking the incorrect steps and as a result, damage the devices. As a result, lots of dollars waste
It is important to normalize the device, when you are using it or charge the battery. It is not normal to get your phone too hot and warm. Your iPhone has a built in feature to protect the battery and circuit board, if your iPhone gets too hot, your phone will disable some of the functions. So, in this way, your phone does not suffer damage.
Your charging will be slowed and may be stopped.
Your flashlight and camera may be disable.
The brightness of the screen may be dim or may go black.
When your iPhone gets too hot, your device will automatically go into the temperature mode. It had better prevent component damage.
Your iPhone needs to cool down, before you can use it. In this mode, your mobile will stop working and you will not be able to use your phone. Your iPhone turns off all the functions except making the emergency calls.
Why does your iPhone get hot?
Your iPhone gets warm, it is a normal point, but it is not good to get too hot. There are many reasons that your hardware is faulty. A Virus or malware makes your phone overheat, but not overheat, that viruses and malware. Your iPhone do not get the viruses
Here are some causes of iPhone overheated:
Stream for the long period of time:
Your iPhone has to load your content, and keep the screen working, it will force the iPhone to do more work and create more heat.
Play the Intensive video games:
Intensive video games with high end graphics may cause your device so heat up.
Download more apps:
When you download a lot of apps, you may notice that your device gets warm, while you are using your phone.
Charge the battery:
When you charge the battery, your mobile gets warm.
How to prevent from temperature warning solution:
The tips will not only prevent your iPhone needs to cool down, but it will also prolong the life of your battery and phone
Need to make sure that the iPhone is fully updated, and all of your apps are fully updated.
Update the iOS: you should go to Settings > General > Software Update, if your software is not updated, you must follow the instructions on screen to update your software.
Update the apps: you can open the app store and the go to today, > Your Profile > Update All.
There are the following steps, that may help you to overheating the device
Don’t leave your iPhone in a car or in a hot summer. The temperature is high in the parking area.
Don’t leave your cell in a warm place near radiators.
Don’t charge when you are playing games (like graphic intensive games) or streaming.
Don’t leave the device in direct sunlight.
If your iPhone heats up, you can delete some apps you have downloaded shortly, when the problem starts.
The user must use the right charger to charge the devices, and must use the original mobile phone accessories. If you are using a third party charger or cable, need to make sure it's Apple certified.
How to cool down your hot iPhone
If your iPhone becomes hot, you must see the temperatures and follow the steps below.
You should move to the cooler place immediately, a shady place is ideal, away from the direct sunlight. Remove the iPhone from the error causing conditions immediately. Apple gives the recommendation of the operating temperature for the iPhone of 32 degrees to 95 degrees Fahrenheit (0 to 35 degree Celsius) and the non-operating temperature. It recommended the minus -4 to 113 degree Fahrenheit (minus 20 to 45 degree Celsius). It allows the device to slowly equalize the
You can turn on the low power mode : . Go to Settings > Airplane Mode.
You can take off your cover, remove it will help you to cool down quickly
Remove the charging cables, if it is plugged in,
Decrease the display brightness, Go to Settings > Display & Brightness.
Try to close all apps
iPhone X or the later models: you can swipe up from the bottom of the screen, it will open the app switcher. You can swipe up all the apps.
iPhone 8 or earlier models: you can double press the home button, it will reveal the app switcher. You can swipe up on all the apps to close
do not try to put in a refrigerator or freezer, some temperatures may damage your mobile
If your mobile heat- up, there may be some hardware and software problems, the problems are related to the software.
Try to follow the steps in order, you can try each step, you can use your iPhone to test to see, if you want to fixed your issue
Reset All Settings >> Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. This will restore default iPhone settings without erasing content. Your data or media will not be removed.
Network Settings>> Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This will remove all of your network-related settings such as your Wi-Fi passwords.
You can reset the location and maintain privacy. Tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Location & Privacy. This will erase all of your location and privacy settings.>> Backup and then restore
If your problem still continues, you may have to backup your iPhone and restore it, it is a three step process.
Backup: You can backup using iCloud by going to Settings > [your name] > iCloud > iCloud Backup > Backup Now. You can also back up using your computer, Mac, or PC. Connect your iPhone to your computer using the USB cable, open Finder (Mac), or iTunes (PC) then locate your device and select Back Up. If iCloud Backup Fails.
Erase your phone. Tap Settings > General > Reset > then tap Erase All Content and Settings. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Restore. Depending on your backup, you can restore your device from an iCloud backup or from a backup on your computer. When you erase the phone, you will see a Hello screen, during the setup process, select Restore from iCloud Backup or Restore from Mac or PC. Then follow the onscreen instructions.