Owners of the iPhone 6s are reporting their new devices turning off at random, even if they are fully charged.
Complaints started surfacing when the iPhone 6S went on sale last week, and even though Apple released an update to its mobile operating system with bug fixes this week, shutdown problems persist.
Users have also reported that the home button feels unusually warm when trying to reset their devices, suggesting this could also be an overheating issue. there’s no clear indication yet whether the issue is related to the hardware, the software or a combination of both. Some speculate the issue may be related to the A9 processor inside the iPhone 6S, which had two manufacturers — TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) and Samsung.