Sometime, your iPhone is getting abnormally hot.
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When you are charging your battery or using your iPhone for a period of time, it’s normal for the iPhone to get warm.
In case you use your device in extreme conditions with temperatures that are too low or high, your iPhone may not function properly.
For example, the iPhone may overheat because of weather conditions and the associated temperature (e.g. leaving your device out in the sun for a long period of time).
IPhones are designed to operate between 32 F (0C) and 95 F (35C).
If you are living in a place that gets warmer than 95 F, your iPhone may get too hot.
Further, your iPhone may display a warning message if it is placed in a hot environment.
Simply turn off your device and place it in a cooler place.
This will allow your device to cool down and function normally again.
When your iPhone gets hot, This may lead to your device: not charging, going black, showing an alert message that your iPhone needs to cool down, showing weak cellular signals, disabling camera flash.
If you think that your iPhone is getting too hot, the problem may be your case. This is because your iPhone’s exterior functions as a cooling surface. Your case may be preventing your iPhone from cooling properly. Try a different case (or no case) and see what happens.
If you feel that your iPhone gets too hot, just turn off your device and place it in a cooler place, this will allow your device to cool down and function normally again. Let’s try these tips and tricks:
# Turn off Bluetooth (Settings > Bluetooth)
# Turn off Location Services (Settings > Privacy > Location Services)
# Dont charge your device and if it is plugged into anything, unplug it.
# Disable iCloud (Settings > iCloud)
If your device is still getting too hot, contact Apple support. It is possible that your iPhone may be defective. If it is determined to be defective, Apple should replace it.