July 15, 2018 3 min read
People are not the only ones that suffer when summer temperatures start to climb. Your smartphone, too, can heat up. The outdoor air temperatures affect the heat of your phone. While you expect your phone to operate as expected, your phone will perform differently.
Summer heat is absorbed by the phone and, when combined with the heat the phone is generating, it can increase significantly. A surefire way to tell when your phone has been in the summer heat too long is by how it performs. A hot phone will start to operate slower, and your battery drains faster.
The reason the phone performs this way has to do with its internal components and operating system commands. As the phone gets hotter, the operating system initiates commands to avoid overheating the phone. In some cases, even with these built-in safety features, the phone can still overheat and be damaged.
Unlike those of us who can sweat to help our bodies cool down, our smartphones cannot do this. This is probably a good thing since moisture and electronics don’t mix. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to help protect your smartphone from the summer heat to keep it cooler.
By using these tips, you can help keep your phone cooler, avoid overheating, and help prevent permanent damage to your battery and circuitry. To get insulated thermal sleeves for your phone, check out the different styles and colors of the PHOOZY.
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