OnePlus introduces liquid cooling for iPhone to reduce heat

OnePlus, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, has introduced liquid cooling technology for iPhones to help reduce heat generated by the device during heavy usage. The new technology is designed to keep the phone cooler and prevent it from overheating during gaming sessions or when using resource-intensive apps. Liquid cooling is an effective way of dissipating heat generated by the processor, and it works by circulating a liquid coolant through a series of tubes and channels within the phone’s casing.

OnePlus has been offering liquid cooling solutions in its own phones since 2018, and the technology has proved popular with gamers and other users who demand high performance from their devices. With the new offering for iPhones, OnePlus is extending its cooling technology to a wider range of devices.

According to OnePlus, the new liquid cooling solution for iPhones is made up of several layers of cooling materials, including a graphite cooling layer, a copper cooling plate, and a liquid cooling layer. The system is designed to absorb and disperse heat quickly and efficiently, ensuring that the phone remains cool even during heavy usage.

The introduction of liquid cooling technology to iPhones is a significant development for Apple users, who have long been plagued by overheating issues when using their devices for extended periods of time. While many third-party cooling solutions exist on the market, few have been specifically designed for use with iPhones, and even fewer have been developed by a major smartphone manufacturer like OnePlus.

While it’s not yet clear which iPhone models will support OnePlus’s liquid cooling technology, it’s likely that the technology will be available on the latest models, including the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro. For gamers and other users who demand high performance from their devices, the addition of liquid cooling technology could be a game-changer, making it possible to use their iPhones for longer periods of time without the risk of overheating.