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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by iphonetoday, Jul 4, 2009.
Iphone 3GS OverHeat True Or Not True ?
What are you polling for? That a few defective units are overheating (true) or it's a widespread problem with iPhone 3GS (not true)?
Well I can only speak from personal experience, no problems here.
it warms your hand, but mine has never got near to overheating
PS, I love the way it is normal for computer to get so hot when playing video games, especially my unibody macbook. But when a mobile which runs a complex 3d game and gets a tad hot, people are up in arms!
Because a computer has heatsinks and fans built in, while a mobile phone has basically no way to spread/relive heat, especially with a plastic housing.
anyone using 3G feeling hot sometine ?
so people got iphone let move to cold country live
My 3g would get really warm with extend use, especially using GPS, never thought of it as an issue... its a computer, with no fan, heat needs to dissipate somehow.
it like a labtop when using labtop 3/4 hour you touch behind the labtop it hot just the same like iphone
I'm sure it's just a problem that affects a small number of units. Faulty battery, factory errors.
Some heat will be normal in anything with so much sophisticated silicon. But to discolour the case, it must be getting over 100C easily.
This is a lot of panic over an issue affecting few people