Technicians who perform iPhone repairs around locales such as Melbourne deal with a few concerns that are all too familiar: broken screens, phones that don’t charge, and waterlogged units. In the same breath, there’s also overheating and battery drain—two issues that seem to coincide on specific occasions as well.
First, the heating issue. There are times when an iPhone feels a bit warmer than it should, and there are times when it gets hot enough to ‘hurt’ the user a bit. iPhone smartphones are essentially handheld computers sporting hardware that’s almost similar to your desktop PC’s; they’re just much smaller. Unlike PC components, though, iPhone parts don’t have a fan to cool them down, running the risk of overheating.