Effectively, the transition from Lightning to USB-C means that a previous Android user can switch to any one of the four models without having to switch out the charger.

However, since the iPhone 15 was released last week, it has been dogged by numerous overheating issues, with some users even reporting the device getting too hot to even hold.

Applehas acknowledged the possibility of the device getting very hot in an interview with IGN, where president Tim Millet said the iPhone 15 Pro theoretically has the power to ‘burn a hole’ through the back.

Now, a warning has been issued about using Android USB-C chargers as apparently, they can make iPhone 15 models overheat.