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iPhone users complained on Twitter about their devices overheating.
66% of all US companies with more than 100 employees use Twitter: Webcion.
Through 2021, Twitter reported a global revenue of 5.07 million dollars: Statista.
iPhone users have reported via Twitter that their phones overheat when connected to the charger. Social networks have shown over the last decade that they are an excellent way to publicize a situation and get a response, one of them is the platform owned by Elon Musk.
Through 2021, Twitter reported a global income of 5.07 million dollars, According to the Statista portal, most of its income was generated by advertising fees and a small part was obtained through data licenses.
Likewise, it is considered one of the largest companies in the United States with a market capitalization of 28.93 billion US dollars as of February 2022.
Regarding the social, in 2019, it was pronounced as a platform where politics had greater relevance, since “access to information in real time and directly from its protagonists are some of the uses that Internet users value the most,” it said so on its official blog. 76 percent of users interact with politicians and parties in general, while 67 percent with politicians or political parties of a different ideological sign from their own.
Twitter is important for companies not only because of the number of users it concentrates, but also because having a presence there is synonymous with keeping up with your competitors. According to the agency Webcion, 66 percent of all US companies with more than 100 employees use itOf the total, 92 percent tweet on more than one occasion, this in order to have more opportunities to connect with potential customers, speaking only of organic reach.
Users complain about iPhone overheating
A Twitter user started a thread in which she wrote: “Hey, I saw this on fb. I want to know if they are happening too. Supposedly phones are overheating when being charged, to the point that it stops charging. Someone?”
Netizens immediately responded by sharing their experiences with their iPhones and added a message that appears from Apple when this happens: “Charging will resume when iPhone returns to normal temperature.”
Another user countered that the “overheating” was due to the iOS update (16.4.1) and that the new one (iOS 16.5) should theoretically fix the problem. while a girl pointed out that it happened not only with the phone, but with the cube that connects to the power and that he hoped it wouldn’t explode one of these days.
On his official page, Manzana ensures that they have built-in protections to prevent overheating. If the device’s internal temperature exceeds the normal operating range, the device will attempt to regulate its temperature to protect its internal components.
If it does happen, the technology brand recommends avoiding these conditions and activities because they could change the performance of the device:
- Leaving the device in the car on a hot day.
- Expose the device to direct sunlight for an extended period.
- Using certain features in hot conditions or in direct sunlight for an extended period of time, for example, GPS tracking or in-car navigation, a game with high-quality graphics, or augmented reality apps.
“With iOS 16, charging is placed on hold when iPhone gets too hot or cold to charge. This message appears on the lock screen and in Settings > Battery: ‘Recharge waiting. Charging will resume when iPhone returns to normal temperature.’ To resume charging your iPhone as quickly as possible, move it to a cooler or warmer place, or if the iPhone is in use, put it to sleep,” the company shared.
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