Error 53 denotes a hardware issue that suspends the software update or restore from completion. Your iPhone device is bricked if anybody try to replace their Touch ID modules or Home buttons with authorised parts.

 

This is because every Home button is uniquely paired with a Touch ID sensor based on encoded serial numbers based on hardware. This check ensures your iPhone and iOS features remain secure and prevent any malicious Touch ID sensor can gaining access to any secure information. According to Apple, this security measure is necessary to protect your device and prevent any fraudulent sensor from being used.

 

However, law firm from Seattle may bring a class action suit against Apple over “Error 53”, said the British paper. “A person who without lawful excuse destroys or damages any property belonging to another intending to destroy or damage any such property or being reckless as to whether any such property would be destroyed or damaged should be guilty of an offence,” states the law.

 

Next time, when your iPhone is busted and you are going to change the LCD screen assembly, please pay attention not to replace your Home button or touch ID with any unauthorised components. For more information on iPhone 6 LCD screen assembly, click here. For information on iPhone 6 Plus screen assembly, click here.

 

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