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Vendor offers advice for keeping its latest devices cool

Apple issues iPhone heat advice

Since the release of the iPhone 3GS numerous reports of overheating have sprung up across the internet.

Although Apple is yet to acknowledge the reports as accurate, it has created a webpage that advises users on how to keep the device cool.

The site advises users to operate the iPhone in temperatures between zero and 35 degrees centigrade, while the device should be stored in temperatures ranging from -20 to 45 degrees.

It also points out the range of industry safety standards that the device meets.

Apple’s advice can be found here.

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