Solve the problem of the iPhone stopped working due to overheating

طقس العرب GO 2021-06-10 2021-06-10T14:43:27Z
رنا السيلاوي
رنا السيلاوي
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Solve the problem of the iPhone stopped working due to overheating

Arab Weather - If you are using an iPhone and live in an area with a hot climate, you have certainly had a problem with the iPhone stopping working due to its high temperature. The temperature alert appears and the phone gives you the opportunity to call the emergency only.

 

It's frustrating to come back to your phone that you left in the car on a hot summer day and find it has stopped working, so you need to cool it down quickly, but instead of putting it in the fridge or using a glass of cold water, both of which are likely to do more harm than good, we offer you some Practical tips to help you lower the phone's temperature without damaging it.

 

1. If you have a phone case or cover, remove it immediately. The iPhone's outer shell dissipates heat from the device, which helps prevent overheating. But the case can trap heat, exposing the phone to overheating.

 

2. Disconnect your iPhone from anything it is connected to.

 

3. Next, start turning off apps and features. Turn off Bluetooth by going to Settings and deselecting Bluetooth. Then go to Settings and select Privacy to check if location services are turned off.

 

iPhone temperature warning

As mentioned earlier, background app refresh can contribute to your iPhone overheating, so go to Settings and then choose General to make sure it is turned off.

If it's still too hot, double-click the home button to see all the apps you've opened. Turn them all off to help your phone cool down.

While you're at it, turn off Wi-Fi and GPS. And go to Settings to disable iCloud.

If these measures don't work, or if you get a temperature warning, turn off your phone completely and put it in a cool place out of direct sunlight. The drawer or glove compartment is a good place to store your iPhone until it cools down.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.

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