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iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xr Overheats And Gets Hot – Fixed

The iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr is finally out and the great reviews keep coming from this new iPhone from Apple. Almost not negative comments have been made on this device except some say that the iPhone Xr, iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max overheats and gets hot.

This is most common when first activating your new iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max or iPhone Xr and Apple has said that the reason for this is because of all the things that are happening in the background at the same time. But besides this initial period, other times that your iPhone X overheats and gets hot can be when you leave your phone in the sun for a while or not stop usage of your device.

What ever the case for overheating iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max or iPhone Xr issues, we’ll explain a few different ways that you can fix this below.

 

How to fix overheating issue on iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr:

The first thing that we suggest is that you go ahead and see if any third-party apps that you’ve downloaded from the App Store is causing the problem. One way that you can check for this is by going to the App Store and reading the review of some of the apps you use the most. See if others have made comments about that app causing similar issues for them.

Other times your overheating iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xs or iPhone Xr is being caused by the limited amount of RAM being available on your phone. This occurs when to many things are running on your iPhone X model reducing the amount of RAM to process new tasks. It’s suggested to close all apps that aren’t being used and see if that solves the problem with the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xr getting hot.

If that doesn’t work, we suggest that you turn off your iPhone X model and wait a few minutes before you go and turn it back on again. In most cases, doing this and waiting a few minutes will allow the phone to cool and start to function like normal again.

 

Try completing a factory reset or clearing cache on iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xr

If you haven’t been able to figure out the cause of your iPhone Xr iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max overheating, then we suggest that you complete a factory reset of your iPhone. When you complete a factory reset, it’ll remove all the things from your device and make it feel like your iPhone is brand new like it just came out of the box. We suggest that you back everything up before you go ahead and do this.

The next suggestion is to clear cache on iPhone X. You’ll be able to clear cache on iPhone by going to Settings, selecting on general, tapping on iPhone Storage and clearing cache of apps that use lots of memory.

 

 

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