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5 Ways to Keep Your iPhone® Cool in the Summer July 5, 2019

Canton, Stark
5 Ways to Keep Your iPhone® Cool in the Summer, Canton, Ohio

In general, iPhone® devices are designed to function in temperatures between 32 and 95 degrees. If your Apple® device exceeds this range, it can overheat and experience internal damage. If you want to avoid the need for Apple repairs this summer, it’s important to make sure your device is protected from high temperatures. 

How to Prevent Your iPhone From Overheating

1. Stay in the Shade

Apple devices can get uncomfortably hot in direct sunlight. As such, you should avoid using it outside—especially in the hottest hours of the late morning and early afternoon. When you do need to use your phone outdoors, try to do so under a cool and shaded area.

2. Don’t Leave Your Phone in the Car

Apple deviceEven if the temperatures outside are relatively cool, your car can heat up extremely fast when left out in the sun. For example, on a 70-degree day, the inside of your enclosed vehicle can reach up to 104 degrees in just 30 minutes. For this reason, it’s best to take your iPhone out of your car whenever you exit the vehicle.

3. Go Into Airplane Mode

The more data your phone is processing, the more likely it is to heat up. If you’re worried about overheating, turning on “Airplane Mode” will stop many of these problematic background processes—such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® connectivity and data usage.

4. Turn It Off

If your phone displays an overheating warning message, it’s best to turn it off entirely, so the internal components won’t generate any more heat. Even if the device is off, you should remove it from any power source, as charging the battery can contribute to heat gain. Taking the case off can also help your iPhone expel excess heat.  

5. Assess the Software

When practicing the above tips isn’t enough to keep your phone from overheating, your Apple device may have a software issue that is causing it to malfunction. Sometimes, an upgrade is all that’s needed. However, if that doesn’t work, you should visit an Apple repair specialist who can pinpoint and fix the underlying cause of poor temperature regulation.

 

When the summer heat is putting your iPhone in danger, turn to the Apple repair team at Experimax Canton OH in Stark County. Providing specialized care for all Apple devices, these professionals can detect and resolve software or hardware issues that are contributing to temperature control problems. If iPhone repairs aren’t possible, this shop is also stocked with certified pre-owned Apple products, so you can affordably replace your device with confidence. To learn more about their products and services, visit this computer repair shop online or call (330) 409-7005 today.