why need to argue on cpu heat issue as we all know since day 1 of microproccesor being invent having this. Is a normal when thing travel in gigahert frequency in long cycle time create massive heat.As now double core mean increase heat even more. The only thing left is who create better cooling solution or tweak the working method. fact of cpu, use 100% heat 100% . useless stay cool. Who buy smartphone to stay cool is not really using it.
maybe everybody should patent the solution to this so apple can't get a way out!
lol. apple cant make a good dual core chip,.. come here little baby here's ur milk... this iheat chip is nothing.. lol..
You know we can make barbecue festive on A5 heatness
It gives too much heat for its size
Tom-Helge, 15 Jul 201134-36 degress celcius is overheating? Don't make me laugh. We are talking about dual-core C... moreYou say it is normal, maybe you work in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company ?
good luck apple i hope you sort it out. i drool in anticipation for the iphone 5. and the world takes a deep breath.
roll on iphone 5.
I have a samsung galaxy.s 2 that I'm using right now and this phone has no heating problem
The posts about over heating are lies
I'm not gong to be on apple any more if iphone 5 is going to be 3.5 inch disply.
good luck apple with your new ICPh (Icook-phone).....
it will sell alot...there is no phone like yours which you can use it as a phone and as a cooker.....take the pattent immediatelly and search someone to sue....
Dont worry people , next step from Apple is to add some CPU cooling fan inside Iphone5 and the overheating will be solved forever :)
Than the iphone 5 will work like some turbo jat but Steven will say
that is good and if you have some problem with iphone5 turbo jat , just simply ignore it and everything will be ok :))
Take my words, this iphone version will have problems with the battery life.
[deleted post]34-36 degress celcius is overheating?
Don't make me laugh. We are talking about dual-core CPU monster smartphones with crazy hardware specs.
34-36 celcius degrees are normal for powerfull smartphones today.
Samsung, Its now your chance to sue apple for copying your over heating problem
nick, 15 Jul 2011normal use i dont feel any rise in temperature. when playing reasonably intense games i do.... moreWell, 34-36 celcius degrees can feels a little hot yeah, but it's far from going so far to be overheating like some funny bunny guys are saying lol.
Tom-Helge, 15 Jul 2011Say whatever you like, but i do own the Galaxy S II and it doesn't get to hot while using it n... morenormal use i dont feel any rise in temperature.
when playing reasonably intense games i do. I think it's a mixture of the dual-core CPU and the LED screen
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2011The Samsung Galaxy S 2 does indeed get hot, Tom. Not a little, but a lot. Most phones aren't... moreSay whatever you like, but i do own the Galaxy S II and it doesn't get to hot while using it normally.
However, if you overclock it, then it can get pretty hot.
But other than that, it doesn't get that hot.
Note that i'm not saying it's getting hot at all, i'm saying it gets a little hot, but not as extremely hot as you think it is.
The temprature on the CPU was at 34-36 celcius degrees last time i used the phone under gaming. And this was under stock CPU speed.
And 34-36 celcius degrees is not to hot.
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2011apple is running scared and are afraid of how much market share they have lost to customers wh... more"apple is running scared and are afraid of how much market share they have lost to customers who have escaped from the i-brandwashing (tm) , and as a result are trying to prevent the more popular android devices taking up the lost ground as previous i users move onto greener pastures"
Apple isn't running scared at all. Apple's share of the smartphone market, while not as fast as android's, is still GROWING, not shrinking. There are only TWO leaders in the smartphone world. Google and Apple. And since the smartphone market is growing, even a shrinkage of share within the market itself may still mean in increase in total units being sold. Apple is far from "losing" anything.
As for i-brainwashing... that is something dreamed up by those that cannot accept that Apple has created many products that are easy to use. Its mostly dreamed up by people that don't understand that the general consumer base seems to be satisfied with how their devices function.
ab, 15 Jul 2011stop the lawsuits,leave the court house and get to the lab,thats where the real challenge is.... more"stop the lawsuits,leave the court house and get to the lab,thats where the real challenge is.iphone 5 has already been beaten skip to 6 or 7.lmao"
Get to the lab??? Do you have any idea how many people work for Apple??? They probably have one of the biggest R and D departments on the planet, as well as one of the more aggressive legal teams.
As for the iPhone 5 being beaten already.. you can't beat a product that hasn't been released. The real test is when its actually available. The iPhone 4 already sold well over 30 million. And it still sells well. The true test to being beaten or not is not the specs of a phone... but how well does it sell - AND are the customers happy with the product. Apple's satisfaction rates are the highest in the smartphone business.
Alex, 15 Jul 2011I have a samsung galaxy.s 2 that I'm using right now and this phone has no heating problem
Th... moreDo a google search, Alex. And you'll see there are countless Galaxy's that have this problem. You are apparently one of the lucky ones that have not experienced this problem. Much like the iPhone 4 and the many of its users that never experienced any signal degradation.
If they are lies then you would not be able to find results like this:
And you could do the search a few different ways and get different results. But the end result is simply that you WILL find people that have overheating problems. Many phones have a history of overheating.