The beastly processing power of the iPhone X can sometimes give off a little bit of heat after using the smartphone for a very long time or when the phone has been out in the sun for too long and that it is starting to overheat as a result. If this is happening to your iPhone X, the following instructions will guide you through an in-depth process on how you can fix this problem below.
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How to fix the Apple iPhone X overheating problem with these solutions
- One reason that could be causing your phone to exude gratuitous amounts of heat is a faulty or resource hungry third-party application running on the background of your iPhone X. If this is the case, the best course of action would be to securely remove it buy putting the iPhone X into Safe Mode. You can do this by holding down the Power button until you see Reboot to Safe Mode and then tapping Restart. After that, it should say safe mode in the lower left corner of the display. If that does not work, you can try and perform a factory reset
- Before performing a factory reset on the iPhone X, make sure to wipe the cache partition of the smartphone. Clear that iPhone cache. Select on Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage. Then select on Manage Storage. After that tap an item in Documents and Data. Then slide unwanted items to the left and tap Delete. Finally tap Edit > Delete All to delete all the app’s data.