APPLE is facing calls to explain itself after a number of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s units have been broken beyond repair without warning of action or consequence.
Thousands of iPhone 6 users claim that they have been left holding almost worthless phones because Apple’s latest operating system permanently disables the handset if it detects that a repair has been carried out by a non-Apple technician.
An update on Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 9, has been the cause of recent permanent breakdown of many iPhone handsets around the world. A large number of people who have installed the latest software update for the OS have been welcomed with Error 53 which reportedly kills an iPhone 6 for good. With the error message displayed, a user can do nothing to save the phone. The error message will persist, and all the data that was on the phone will not be retrievable anymore.
What is the solution for Error 53 in iPhone 6?
The Error 53 in iPhone 6 has caused people a lot of unavoidable problems but their spokesperson has opened up to The Guardian about the issue. She said:
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