Complaints about heat issues in the iPhone 15 Pro models are not related to TSMC’s 3nm node that was used for the A17 Pro chip, according to a respected report. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Kuo says the overheating could be caused by “compromises made in the design of the thermal system” that allowed Apple to reduce the weight of the iPhone 15 Pro models. Kuo says the lower heat dissipation area and titanium frame negatively impacted the devices’ thermal efficiency.
Apple is expected to address the thermal issues through software updates, but improvements will be limited unless Apple plans to reduce processor performance. Kuo believes that if Apple cannot “properly address this issue,” shipments could be affected over the life cycle of the iPhone 15 Pro.
there It was the reports About the iPhone 15 Pro models becoming hot to the touch, some tests have indicated that when this happens, the processor is throttled in order to cool the iPhone. These tests were benchmarks and extreme use cases that may not impact users in everyday life, but it remains to be seen how the iPhone 15 Pro models will run console-quality games like Resident Evil Village and Death Stranding.
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