iOS 17.0.3 is out – and fixes an annoying problem

Apple has released a new update for iOS 17. iOS 17.0.3 fixes a pretty annoying problem. Just update!

iOS 17.0.3 is out and fixes an annoying problem

A week after the release of iOS 17.0.2, it is once again time to update your iPhone. And you should do that as soon as possible, because iOS 17.0.3 fixes an annoying problem.

iPhone 15 Pro (Max) is called

As you may know, the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max sometimes get extremely hot. Apps like Instagram and Uber even caused the iPhone to sometimes become too hot to hold. Apple has finally released a fix for this problem with iOS 17.0.3.

Apple had already announced at the end of September that this bug was in iOS 17, and that they would soon release a fix. It seems that some apps didn’t quite get along with the new A17 Pro chip. Apple has worked on the solution for this together with the app developers.

According to the usually reliable Ming-Chip Kuo, the overheating of the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max was probably due to ‘adjustments in the thermal system’. This refers to the way the iPhone handles heat.

According to the Apple expert, it was only possible for Apple to reduce heat development by reducing the processor speed. This later turns out not to be necessary with this update to iOS 17.0.3.

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Also important update for iPhone 15 (Plus)

You may think that this update for the regular iPhone 15 and the iPhone 15 Plus is not that important, but nothing could be further from the truth. This update also contains an essential fix for every iPhone. An annoying vulnerability in the kernel is being fixed.

The kernel is the central part of the operating system (iOS in this case) and it is extremely important to properly secure access. With iOS 17.0.3, it is made much more difficult (if not impossible) for malicious parties to gain access.

More about iOS 17

  • iOS 17.0.3 is out – and fixes an annoying problem

  • iOS 17.1 beta 2 is out – here’s what’s changed

  • Be careful: an old iPhone access code remains valid for 72 hours

  • Overheating on the iPhone 15 Pro (Max): this is how Apple solves the problem

  • iPhone 15 Pro Max gets way too hot (iPhone news #39)

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