Of course, this applies to just about any electronic device, but they also suggest avoid using certain applications for too long. Furthermore, according to reports around the web, the iPhoneís internal and ambient temperatures can spike when performing multiple functions simultaneously. Some examples of this include using the iPhone while itís charging, using Wi-Fi during phone calls, and accessing data services during phone calls. In the case of the white model, the heat has been enough to cause discoloration.
If you happen to own Appleís latest and greatest smartphone, let us know your thoughts in the comments. Is the 3GS really that prone to overheating or is this issue getting blown out of proportion?