My iPhone 5 with iOS 7 beta gets Hot. Does Yours?

Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by fes2000, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    Is it just me or does anyone notice the iPhone 5 running iOS 7 beta geting hot when watching video?
    I just finished watching a 30 minute video clip and when I picked up my iPhone it felt extra warm. I first noticed this couple of weeks ago. I wonder if anyone else had that same problem.
     
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    Cod3rror

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    Maybe it really likes you.
     
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    sonicrobby

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    Ive had the issue on Beta 1; havent really tried other betas yet though.
     
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    Interstella5555

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    Think about how much harder your phone is working.
     
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    cambookpro

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    Mine gets boiling on iOS 6. Don't think it's too much of an issue, it always cools quickly and works fine.
     
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    Armen

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    reset all network settings
    reset all settings

    Those 2 should take care of it.
     
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    iapplelove

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    Mines no different
     
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    tekboi

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    Maybe your iPhone gets turned on by the type of videos you watch. Cut back on the ******* vids buddy.


    j/k


    But seriously, I haven't had the issue since beta 1. That usually tends to happen when playing graphic intensive games... don't know what it is in your case.
     
  10. macrumors regular

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    I'm able to cook an egg on my iPhone 5. My God.
     
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    BittenApple

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    Not at all. The only time it seems to get hot is when its charging and its in the sunlight.
     
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    Risco

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    No it does not.
     
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    PNutts

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    Yes. If you fire up Xcode are you seeing repeated errors in the console?
     
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    Krissypantz2828

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    Yes it used to but I haven't noticed it much anymore. Not to say that it doesn't, just haven't noticed

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    When that happens I usually turn it off until it cools down! Mines a brand new iPhone 5 , don't want to fry my baby :)
     
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    No
     
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    lol, 1500+ views just because of the title :)
     
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    bad03xtreme

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    Mine does seem to get warm when its playing videos and doing more processing.
     
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    Sodner

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    Oh ya. Can fry an egg on it sometimes.
     
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    On beta-1, definitely.
    Then I did a clean install and that took care of it.
    On betas 2-6, not so much.
     
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    as11ley

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    I used to have the heat issue on my iPhone 5 with iOS 7.
    I managed to cure this by turning off some of the location/system services.
     

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    djsound

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    With ios7 phone gets really hot

    As stated mine seems to get really hot...anyone else experience this? Any way to fix? thanks.
     
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    as11ley

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    I used to have this issue, I managed to sort it out by turning off some of the location/system services and turned my phone off for about 5 mins, when I turned it back on it has cured.
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    GoCubsGo

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    I do not have that issue unless I am trying to upload a photo on 3G (iPhone 4S here) and it takes forever. I also turn off many location services that are unnecessary to me though.
     
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    djsound

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    Hmmm I had quite a few location services on which I turned off but it seems to get hot when playing music or something...
     

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