Iphone6s - Iphone overheating warning-Cant use iphone until it cools down

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by kayleee, Jul 31, 2017.

  1. kayleee macrumors regular

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    Hello,
    Got iphone 6s 5months ago but now its summer and twice in the last month while my phone was on the phone handle attached to the windshield(while even sunlight was soming on it)

    My iphone was unusable with a black screen saying It needs to cool down before u wan use it...with only the option of ensrgency calling



    Could I possibly get a replacement for this ,should I go to an apple store ,or can I simply ignore the issue?



    After looking at galaxy note,Im kinda spektical and would want it replaced...well the temperatures here dont go above 32-33 degree celsius even!


    I’m in Canada btw!

    Help appreciated
    Thank you
     
  2. Sinna17 macrumors newbie

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  3. Shirasaki macrumors 603

    Shirasaki

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    If you put it under direct sunlight, anything is possible.
    Try not to use the phone under direct sunlight for too long.
     
  4. Newtons Apple macrumors P6

    Newtons Apple

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    Apple will not replace your iPhone because it turns off when overheated.
     
  5. Howl's Castle macrumors regular

    Howl's Castle

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    Maybe don't use your phone in direct sunlight, don't use processor intense apps on cellular and don't use your phone in the car, in direct sunlight. This isn't a defect, this is a user who isn't careful with their device.
     
  6. Mlrollin91 macrumors G4

    Mlrollin91

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    Get an AirFrame. You attach it to your air vent so even in direct sunlight the phone does not overheat. It's regularly 100F+ in the summer, and my phone has not turned off once due to heat.
     
  7. noobinator macrumors 601

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    You pretty much are baking your phone. I don't think it's a good idea. Nor would Apple.
     
  8. Jimmy James macrumors 68040

    Jimmy James

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    I baked my phone in the oven and it overheated. Is this a defect?
     
  9. Gathomblipoob macrumors 68040

    Gathomblipoob

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    A few years ago I had to use my car all summer with no air conditioning. My iPhone displayed the same behavior. It's perfectly normal. No replacement warranted or necessary.
     

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