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Day: 04/02/2020

How to Stop Your iPhone Overheating

The iPhone is some full on science fiction style technology. The human race have never been so close to living in Star Trek than when they have the texting, phoning, internet surfing, music playing, video recording, touch screen iPhone in their hands. The newest iPhone even has a voice recognised robotic personal assistant that can communicate intuitively with users, so we can forgive that little box from suffering a few overheating problems.

Overheating is not just annoying for the user who might lose information, get cut out in the middle of something and generally have to faff about waiting for it to cool down again. Overheating will adversely affect the inner workings of an iPhone; making them slower, have a lower battery life and leave them more prone to future damage.

Apple representatives recommend that the iPhone should be kept at an optimal temperature of zero to thirty five degrees …

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