After the overheating problems (already resolved with a timely update) and the alleged doubts about the real solidity of the titanium used on the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max, it came out this week another anomaly regarding Apple smartphones. Several users have in fact reported that their iPhone it turned off at night for no reason, in total autonomy.
iPhones turn off at night for no reason: reports on the web
It all started with a post published on Reddit through which a user explained that, at home, two alarm clocks on two different iPhones they did not activate as scheduled. Other users then intervened to report similar problems and it turned out that the anomaly could be due to the turning off devices during the night.
«Check your battery settings and see if there is a gap during the night. Yesterday many iPhones were turned off for a few hours during the night. In my case, the smartphone turned on again a minute before the alarm», writes a user.
Other people have confirmed that they have found themselves in the same situation and having to enter the unlock code in the morning to access your Apple smartphone. A clear sign of a shutdown or restart.
«My iPhone 15 Pro Max running iOS 17.0.3 spontaneously rebooted last night. The same happened to three friends with the same smartphone and the same version of iOS, and also to someone else with iPhone 13 Mini, always with version 17.0.3 of the operating system», we read on the forum MacRumors.
Any user can check if their iPhone turned off during the night by going to Settings > Battery. In this section you can check it state of charge for the last 24 hours. If there is a gap, it means the smartphone has turned off.
The problem at hand affects several iPhones (including the latest arrivals on the market) and could be caused by iOS 17. However, the situation is unclear and Apple has not released any comments on the matter.
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