New Delhi: The introduction of Apple’s iPhone 15 series has attracted much interest and conversation. The company has had to deal with issues related to the newest series overheating and screen burn-in. In addition to that, there have been claims that some iPhone models have started shutting down without warning; this is considered an issue with the iOS 17 upgrade.

A recent claim that details screen burn problems reported by owners of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro on their brand-new smartphones has also surfaced online, adding to these worries.

According to information provided by Tarun Vats, a well-known tech enthusiast and tipster on Twitter, the iPhone 15 Pro Max allegedly has issues with screen burn-in.

He tweeted recent images of the iPhone Pro Max’s screen burn troubles along with the statement, “Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro Max is reportedly experiencing screen burn-in issues, contributing to the company’s increasing list of challenges this year.”

According to a PiunikaWeb article, there have also been issues with screen burn-in, overheating, and rapid battery drain with the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

It is crucial to note that Apple has not released an official comment in relation to the alleged screen burn problems with the iPhone 15 Pro model.

Users can adhere to some suggested measures in order to alleviate the issue of screen burn-in. The screen’s pixels may be refreshed by employing a screen saver, which stops them from continuously showing the same text or graphics for lengthy periods of time. To reach the Screen Saver option, users may head to the Apple menu, choose System Preferences, and then click on Desktop and Screensaver. From there, users may choose their favourite screen saver and change the Energy Saver choices’ “Start after” menu to a lower time period than the display sleep and computer sleep settings.

Although Apple has not yet released an official fix for this issue, consumers may be able to prevent or lessen screen burn-in issues by following these methods.

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