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How to fix iPhone 11 overheating issues

How to fix iPhone 11 overheating issues

When it comes to smartphones in general, there is one problem that many people complain about – overheating. There is a wide range of things to try for yourself, and if you have an iPhone 11, you're on the right page. In this article, we are going to share a guide and show you how to fix iPhone 11 overheating issues.

What you need to keep in mind is that the way you use your device has a huge impact on battery life and temperature. So, before listing the solutions, here are some quick tips:

  • Avoid using your phone while charging
  • avoid direct sunlight
  • If you like to play games, take a break after an hour. The gaming applications are very demanding and each demanding application affects the battery and the temperature.
  • If you are using a case or case for your iPhone, remove it.
  • Turn Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS off when not in use.
  • When you notice that your device is heating up, let it cool down. Using it in hot weather can cause damage.

See also: How to fix iPhone 11 Wi-Fi issues

How to fix iPhone 11 overheating issues

Solution 1: Restart your iPhone

As we have already suggested, when you notice that your iPhone is starting to heat up, let it cool down first. Once it has returned to normal, restart it. A restart closes the processes and applications that are running in the background. In addition, it will update the phone memory.

Solution 2: All about the apps

Smartphones wouldn't be fun without apps, right? So, everything revolves around applications. The first thing to do is to see how the applications behave. You can do this by viewing the battery usage information. Go to Settings> Battery> Background activity. Here you can see how apps behave in the background and how they affect battery life. Usually, the applications that most affect battery life are those that can also cause overheating. You can deactivate the background activity for the desired applications.

Solution 3: Remove the apps you are not using.

If you use many apps that you don't use, delete them from your device. It's a fairly simple thing to do, but you may find it effective.

Solution 4: update applications

As we mentioned before, it's all about applications. So, now that you know the background activity, you've deleted the apps you're not using, it's time to update the ones you have. Open the App Store and choose the option to update everything.

Solution 5: Update the software

People often forget how important software updates are. When you think of an update, you usually focus on the new features. But software updates are more than new features. Each new version includes security fixes and, most importantly, bug fixes. Here's what you need to do:

  • Go to settings
  • Press General
  • Tap Update software.

If there is a new version, tap Download and install.

Solution 6: reset all parameters

To reset all the settings on your device, do the following:

  • Go to Settings> General> Reset
  • Tap Reset
  • Enter your password
  • Press Reset all settings to confirm.

Solution 7: erase all content and settings

Another thing to try is resetting the factory settings, but first create a backup, as the settings will revert to the default settings and the data will be erased. When you finish this, do the following:

  • Navigate to settings
  • Press General
  • Press Reset
  • Choose the option Erase all content and settings
  • Enter your password
  • Tap Erase iPhone to confirm.

When everything is done, follow the steps to configure your iPhone 11 as a new device.

If you still experience overheating, contact Apple.