Have you fixed your new iPhone in any private lab? There's a pretty good chance that a fresh software update will turn it into a dysfunctional brick, and consumers really are not happy about it
Will Error 53 be Apple's new headache? This particular malfunction became much more significant as part of a new software update in the framework iOS 9 on iPhones, and there are those who declare that they will file a class action against the Coptretino giant because of it.
This error comes from the latest iPhone devices, which include the built-in TouchID sensor for fingerprints, which have been repaired outside the stores and official representative offices of Dark. Each fingerprint scanner has an exclusive and unique identification number, and it appears that a new update has triggered a situation in which an undocumented or unauthorized change of that identifier (ie, replacing the built-in sensor - mainly in the repair of cracked or shattered screens) 'Which prevents the smartphone from being used, and turns it into a paper weight, more or less, when the status correction can only be done through Dark herself.
While many on the net agree that in an era when the smartphone is trying to turn into our digital wallet, with which we can pay almost anything we want (plus it already contains all our sensitive and personal information) securing Software and hardware that will also take into account an attempt to change the hardware components of the device without control - raises many questions as to why the '53' malfunction does not only disable the operation of the fingerprint sensor itself, but all the smartphone, So sudden, without warning, and without prior explanations to consumers or those dealing with device repairs.
The allegations to Dark Are related to the fact that the Company failed to clarify and warn before operating the new and significant security mechanism, and that this is a process that in effect necessitates repairs through the official and significantly expensive channels of the Company
Apple says it helps those who have encountered the '53' error at no cost - but the network already exists Several angry testimonies Of those who were required to pay their own money for another repair, for devices that had already been repaired in external laboratories and became unusable after the update of the program in question.
It is unclear what the scope of this new, spoken problem is, but the very intention of a law firm based in Seattle To file a claim for a class action Opposite Apple will probably "help" the story stay in the headlines, and not disappear quickly as happens in a lot Other strange faults In the smartphones market. We will continue to follow and update you.