Many users are complaining on the net for an iOS error called “error 53”. According to some reports published by several sources, it seems to happen with iPhones that have been repaired outside Apple’s official assistance.
Apple prices makes repairs are not cheap precisely. Moreover, in many cases the repair is so irrelevant that we do not appreciate the difference between a piece from third parties and the official Apple, however, from now could get out very expensive, iOS 9 is beginning to block the devices that have It has been repaired with no official Apple parts. This measure will certainly bring a lot of cola.
After upgrading to iOS 9, many users have faced iPhone “error 53”. Above all it is affecting those who have changed materials relating to the Touch ID and the display screen. What is really striking is that these users denouncing the blockade, have been using the device for a long time once repaired, was once upgraded to iOS 9 when found the famous “error 53” which makes us think that it is a move by Apple to prevent such practices, which are bad for business and bad economically for the business as far as representation is concerned.
After updating these owners have been left with a pretty paperweight, an affected has been precisely a journalist, Antonio Olmos The Guardian while performing their work. Therefore, users who suffer this brickeo have also been harboring no data in the device memory as can not be accessed by any means. Obviously Apple offers no repair once you encounter this error, so you preparing id wallet, and if you have repairs done outside the SAT Apple not actualize. The problem is spreading at iFixit are receiving an unusually large amount of research about the “error 53”.
It’s been confirmed officially that the problem is related to the error in question concerns the safety of the device. Unauthorized repairs may not restore the proper association between Touch ID and device. When the device performs a security check, the error appears due to the non secured connection between the Touch ID and device.
The issue is nothing more than a safety measure against the Touch ID and sensitive information related to fingerprint authentication. It is not clear what happens to users who contact Apple for error 53 after an unauthorized repair. If we find more we will update you. (source: The Guardian)