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    [Error 53] Repairing Touch ID from the 3rd party might brick your iPhone!

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    A new problem has occurred in the iPhone which is a really
    big reason to worry now. People have complaint that their iPhone has
    stopped working after they repaired their phones display and the new Touch ID
    by the 3rd party.
    A new problem has occurred in the iPhone which is a really big reason to worry now. People have complaint that their iPhone has stopped working after
    According to The Guardian, many iPhone 6 owners
    are facing this problem after they have replaced their display with Touch
    ID
     and updating the iOS to the latest version. This problem was faced by most of the people who have had
    repaired their device by the third party. The owners
    are seeing “Error 53” when connected to the iTunes or had
    completely bricked their iPhone. The owners claim that their iPhone was
    running perfectly after the repair but they bricked
    their device after they upgraded to the latest iOS.
    The
    iPhone owners not only bricked their device but also lost all the data that
    were stored in the iPhone. The device became completely useless after this
    error.
    But Apple has finally spoken about this problem. It reads like this:
    “We protect fingerprint data using a secure enclave, which is uniquely
    paired to the touch ID sensor. When iPhone is serviced by an authorized Apple
    service provider or Apple retail store for changes that affect the touch ID
    sensor, the pairing is re-validated. This check ensures the device and the iOS
    features related to touch ID remain secure. Without this unique pairing, a
    malicious touch ID sensor could be substituted, thereby gaining access to the
    secure enclave. When iOS detects that the pairing fails, touch ID, including
    Apple Pay, is disabled so the device remains secure.”
    “When an iPhone is serviced by an unauthorized repair provider, faulty
    screens or other invalid components that affect the touch ID sensor could cause
    the check to fail if the pairing cannot be validated. With a subsequent update
    or restore, additional security checks result in an ‘error 53’ being displayed
    … If a customer encounters an unrecoverable error 53, we recommend contacting
    Apple support.”
    This is a really serious problem for all the iPhone users. Repairing from
    the 3rd party were so much cheap but it almost costs $350 to
    repair Touch ID from the Apple if your warranty period has been finished.
    What you think about this? 
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