After iOS 9 Update “Error 53” Causes to Kill iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s

Feb 6,2016 | by Sajid Ayaz Fallow to Sajid @Google+

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s models are powered by iOS 8 software which is upgradable to iOS 9. After updating software many iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus consumers are complaining about an error. The users are saying that their phone showed Error 53 and after that their iPhone stopped working.  Error 53 can kill your iPhone.

iOS 9 can easily detect if third party repairs are made in the device. If the updated iOS version detects any repairs by the third party, the software will permanently disable your phone.  If Home Button on your iPhone (contains built-in recognition and fingerprint ID) is repaired by a non official individual or company iOS 9 will create an issue. Those users whose iPhone are damaged and they didn’t repair it yet they might face the same issue.


If an iPhone is working flawlessly for months after damage or repair they won’t face issue but when they will install iOS 9 in their phones they will face the problem. After error their data and all photos in the handset are lost and their costly phone became worthless.


Some technology experts are claiming that Apple is well aware this problem, but the company hasn’t done anything to fix the issue. Antonio Olmos, a freelance photographer also claimed that few weeks ago the same issue happened to his phone. The photographer said that he dropped his phone when he was in the Balkans. There are no Apple stores in Macedonia so he got his iPhone fixed from a local shop because he needed his phone for work. The shop keeper repaired screen and home button and then phone started working perfectly.


When an iPhone is repaired for Touch ID and faulty screen by an unauthorized repair provider, it could cause errors in the phone.

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