Many iPhone XS and XS Max users have been complaining that their phone gets hot while charging. I know it’s one of the annoying issues in iPhone. Do you also have this issue? If yes, then read this article. Here, I am going to tell some tricks to solve this problem easily.
Solution 1: Force Restart your iPhone
- Press and release Volume Up button.
- Press and release Volume Down button.
- Press and hold the Side button until the Apple logo appears.
Solution 2: Plug in your iPhone to charge
- Connect your phone to power for up to an hour.
- Wait for a few minutes. Then you can see the charging screen.
- Then turn on your iPhone.
- If you can’t see the charging screen, check the jack, power adapter, and USB cable. Make sure that there is no debris into the jack and they are not damaged.
Solution 3: Close All Background Apps
- Swipe up the screen from bottom left corner to the middle of the screen. When you will get the closed apps, leave your fingers from the screen.
- Either you can hold the app until seeing the minus symbol and tap on the minus symbol to close the app or swipe up the app to close.
Solution 4: Reset All Settings
- Go to Settings -> General -> Reset.
- Tap “Reset All Settings”.
- Enter the passcode if prompted.
- Again tap “Reset All Settings” in the pop-up box to confirm this process.
Solution 5: Turn Off Background App Refresh
- Go to Settings on your iPhone.
- Tap “General”.
- Tap “Background App Refresh”.
- Now, turn off Background App Refresh for all apps.
Solution 6: Don’t charge your phone
One of the iPhone users said that this method worked for him completely.
- Don’t charge your phone until the battery completely dies.
- Then connect your phone to power.
Solution 7: Turn Off Mobile Data and Bluetooth
When your phone heats, turn off Mobile data and Bluetooth. Wait for a few minutes, then you can use Mobile data.
Solution 8: Update iOS
- Open Settings app on your iPhone.
- Tap “General”.
- Tap “Software Update”.
- If an update is available, then tap “Download and Install”.
Solution 9: Update All Apps
If you do not update any apps to up to date, update it first.
- Launch “App Store”.
- Tap “Update” tab at the bottom.
- There you can see any update is available for any apps, you just tap the “Update” button.
Solution 10: Restore your iPhone with Recovery Mode
- First, connect your iPhone to the Mac or PC through USB cable.
- After it connects, press and quickly release Volume Up button.
- Now, press and quickly release Volume Down button.
- Then press and hold the Power/Side button until it restarts. Don’t leave this button until your phone gets into Recovery mode.
- Release this button when you see your phone connect to iTunes.
- In the iTunes window, it shows your iOS device is in recovery mode. There you can see two options that Update or Restore.
- Select “Restore”.
- You have to wait until the process is completed.
We hope that above solutions have solved your problem. If you know any other solutions to solve this problem, tell us through your comments.