iPhone Phone is too hot

myname70

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I have mentioned that sometimes the phone becomes very very hot (without any special apps open and without charging) and in 5-6 minutes it cools down (without doing anything ). Anyone faces the same ?
 

moomanjohnny

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Jul 14, 2014
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I have mentioned that sometimes the phone becomes very very hot (without any special apps open and without charging) and in 5-6 minutes it cools down (without doing anything ). Anyone faces the same ?
I was facing the same issue on my iPhone 6, I've been able to fix it by turning off Background App Refresh.
 

myname70

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The first thing I did was to disable the background refresh and to untick all search options. But the hot is still present from time to time.
By the way - could you check your battery statistics by apps (and click on the app list) to see if you have some background activities ? doesn't matter I have disable the background activities , it still showing some apps consumer power on "background activities"
 

johnnyboy360

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Aug 28, 2010
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The first thing I did was to disable the background refresh and to untick all search options. But the hot is still present from time to time.
By the way - could you check your battery statistics by apps (and click on the app list) to see if you have some background activities ? doesn't matter I have disable the background activities , it still showing some apps consumer power on "background activities"
Background Activities settings are being ignored. Go to background activities and globally turn them on but manually turn them all off. Go back to previous menu, then go back in and they are all on still. That is it. (Credit Yun0)
 

Armen

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Apr 30, 2013
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I have mentioned that sometimes the phone becomes very very hot (without any special apps open and without charging) and in 5-6 minutes it cools down (without doing anything ). Anyone faces the same ?
When I upgraded to iOS 9 it was hot for a while. I'm guessing it was indexing. It's finally cooled down since.
 

myname70

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Background Activities settings are being ignored. Go to background activities and globally turn them on but manually turn them all off. Go back to previous menu, then go back in and they are all on still. That is it. (Credit Yun0)
Yep. No way to switch some of them off. Always are back on.
 

darkfiber

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I installed iOS 9.0b1 on my iPad Air 2 just to play around with the new features (and then went back to 8.4b4) and my iPad did get pretty hot after I installed it.