Apple Warns Some iPhones May Have Heat Issues Apple Inc. has issued an advisory that some 3G and 3GS iPhones may not do well in hot conditions. Apple is telling owners to keep the phones in places where the temperature is below 95 degrees.

Apple Warns Some iPhones May Have Heat Issues

Apple Warns Some iPhones May Have Heat Issues

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Apple Inc. has issued an advisory that some 3G and 3GS iPhones may not do well in hot conditions. Apple is telling owners to keep the phones in places where the temperature is below 95 degrees.

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