Latest iOS 9.2.1 Update To Un-brick iPhone Device Affected by Error 53
Apple now releasing special software version designed specifically to un-brick iPhones that was affected by the Error 53.
According to a tech expert blogger Techcrunch, the company recently posted its support data detailing causes and fixes of Error 53.
This Error 53 happens when you use iTunes to update your iPhone device and even with the TouchID button undergo unauthorized repair or replaced by third party or Apple-authorized center. Every single iPhone device is paired to TouchID sensor and replacement of the TouchID sensors by third parties only work as the Home buttons not as the fingerprint scanners.
This is systems primarily security measure to detect and then disable fraudulent fingerprint sensors. So if unauthorized access is detected the phone will be stuck reboot loop because of the Error 53.
But with its recent update, the error will be solved.
Just recently, Apple rolled out their software update in which this allows customers who are affected with the error message to fully restore their Apple device using iTunes connected on Mac or personal computers.