The most users of iPhone 6s are complaining for their iPhone overheating. After using the iPhone for some time and downloading the apps in your phone most of the users face the heating problem of their phone. The users really get annoyed by heating of the phone as it not only hinders the usage of the phone but also damages the phone’s hardware. So it is really important to sort out the heating problem of your phone. Here are some simple tips to avoid the overheating of your iPhone 6s.
Update the Software
The updating of iOS of iPhone also helps in reducing the overheating issue. To update the software you need to go to Setting>General>Software Update. If the software update is available tap Install Now. Before installing the update for your phone make it sure you have about 1.5 GB of free space in your phone.
Disable the Location Services
Sometimes disabling the Location Services resolves the overheating problem. The phone continuously sends and receives data in order to locate your position which causes the phone to overheat. To avoid overheating of the iPhone 6s turn off the location services when not in use. To turn it off go to Setting >Privacy>Location Services and disable the Location Services.
Restart the iPhone 6s
Some users found this solution has fixed their iPhone 6s overheating problem. You need to restart the iPhone. The rebooting of phone does not damage the phone data at all.
- Hold the Power button and Home button together and wait to see the apple logo appear on the screen.
- Wait for the restart to complete on your phone.
- Now let go and you will see the phone is ready to use again.
If the above methods do not fix the overheating issue then its time you reset your phone to factory settings. It will delete the data, apps and media files. Try to back-up all the data before setting your phone to factory restore. Make sure your iPhone is synchronized with the computer you are using to factory reset your phone.
- Connect your iPhone to your PC using the cable.
- Launch iTunes.
- Go to the summary tab, and click Restore iPhone.
- Let the restoring process to finish then setup your iPhone again.