Okay, maybe not an issue even in places that are having seasonally appropriate weather…
For whatever reason, some people picked up the tech note today and wrote that Apple had admitted to an overheating issue. Here's what the tech note actually says.
Apple recommends that you don't:
- Leave the device in a car on a hot day.
- Leave it in direct sunlight for extended amounts of time.
- Use certain applications in hot conditions or direct sunlight for long periods of time, such as GPS tracking in a car on a sunny day or listening to music while in direct sunlight.
I hardly see that as an admission that there are heat issues. Best practices for operating the iPhone, sure.