Hot iphone 4?

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  1. harryc

    harryc New Member

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    is it just me or does anybody else's iphone run quite hot when your charging the battery??
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    matinsa2005 Banned

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    yeah its natural
  3. cinek

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    my1 doesn't
  4. NitroBum

    NitroBum Active Member

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    It depends what your definition of quite hot is. My iPod gets warm near the charting port. Some may consider that "quite hot." it also depends on where you're keeping it when it's charging. Make sure it's not up against anything other than the surface that it's resting on.
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    AttackAniPod Banned

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    Go to camera and then switch to video and turn the flash to auto. put your finger on the top of the right side of the phone. also hot
  6. PwnerJohn

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    What does this have to do with anything?



    OT: I don't think it should heat up while charging. It could be your USB cable that's broken.
  7. iBricked

    iBricked Well-Known Member

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    Yeah Its warm but not hot. ANd when i put it on my lip it stings.
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    do you charge it using the USB cable or the wall plug?
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    and this is relevant - how?
  9. balloomhead66

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    its the location of the battery, its closer to the glass and the glass is thinner than metal

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