Apple fixes iPhones for the controversial ‘error 53’
Apple has released an updated version of its iOS operating system to repair Error 53; this fix allows disabled iPhones to restart and download the patch.
Apple has presented a repair for iPhones that were hit by Error 53, a software issue that bricked iPhones that had had their home buttons changed by a third party.
When the issue was discovered for the first time, Apple stated that Error 53 was a security feature designed to safeguard customers. It stated that this security measure is essential to protect the user’s device and prevent a fake Touch ID sensor from being used.
The owners of iPhone who used a third-party to fix the home button, which doubles as the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, found that their device shut down with no way to start it again.
From that time, Apple has apologized for the issue and states that it was designed to be a “factory test.” An updated version of its iOS has been unveiled. The fix allows users with disabled iPhones to clear the error by linking them to iTunes and installing the updated iOS. Solving Error 53 will not re-enable Touch ID; to recover this functionality, you will be required to have your home button replaced by Apple.
Apple is presently facing a class action charge over the Error 53 incident.
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