iPhone 4 overheating?

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  1. iStephen

    iStephen Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone heard of a problem with the iPhone 4 overheating? I'm not saying that it is burning hot, but the front and back felt warmer than what I feel is normal.
     
  2. f e a r l e s s

    f e a r l e s s Well-Known Member

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    It's just your imagination. iPhone is perfect. What's next? You going to tell us you have reception problems when holding it normally? pfft
     
  3. RttaM

    RttaM Well-Known Member

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  4. wootbean

    wootbean Well-Known Member

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    no but I've been having other issues..sometimes the phone won't send texts or make/receive calls. happened 3 times today, I had to reboot 3 times
     
  5. worldcup1100

    worldcup1100 Well-Known Member

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    Mine had gotten warm, but I think it was just my processor hard at work during a particularly intense game of doodle jump.
     
  6. ArcheAngel

    ArcheAngel Well-Known Member

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    I've had this screen...but my i4 was sitting in the sun on a leather seat on one of the hottest days this summer.

    Should have kept it in my pocket, as soon as I started using it that screen came up.

    Just before it did I was thinking "my phone is on fire I wonder if it's gonna break or shut down?"

    It's good to see a warning in the OS because the i4 gets hotter, faster than the previous gens
     
  7. eyemh8

    eyemh8 Well-Known Member

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    Is your face ok? Sounds scary
     
  8. RttaM

    RttaM Well-Known Member

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    I thought that picture was a joke... :(
     
  9. sammysin

    sammysin Well-Known Member

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    It's normal to heat up. Mine does it when I use it for a while.
     
  10. ArcheAngel

    ArcheAngel Well-Known Member

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    The heading is real but the caption is a joke.

    It really says:

    "the device temerature is to high & needs to brought down before it can function"

    Something to that affect.
     
  11. Booch138

    Booch138 Well-Known Member

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    Wow that's intense I had no idea it had anything like that. That's freaking hysterical hahaha
     
  12. sid187

    sid187 Well-Known Member

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    well you know its cheaper to photoshop a splash screen.. telling you its over heating than fixing the over heating problems. :D ooo snap!!

    bumpers?

    laughs
    chris.
     
  13. iStephen

    iStephen Well-Known Member

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    i think this is my problem. :)

    But seriously, i just didnt know if i was the only one with a warm iPhone 4. thanks for the responses.
     

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