Monday, February 8, 2016

Last update of the iOS system freezing iPhone if repaired informally

In the past we have heard many reports about the current cost of the reform process of the iPhone at Apple stores. This is why many people sometimes go to repair shops, which are mostly in the process of repair at much lower prices. But if you're thinking of going that route, here's something you should take into account.

In fact, according to a new report released recently by the British Guardian newspaper, it appears that the last update for iOS freezing iPhone that informally. The resulting code is "Error 53" and is known as the freeze the operating system of the iPhone for security reasons, so that the whole phone is frozen which prevents you from accessing all the data and files that you have stored on the device.

But it seems that if there is one problem that lead to this case, it will be the reform process of fingerprint Touch ID sensor in the main button for iPhone. This is not because Apple wants everyone to do their own repair iPhone at Apple stores, but apparently due to security reasons. Given that Apple has paid a lot of attention lately for security encryption, we are sure they don't want people to be able to bypass the fingerprint Touch ID sensor.

This was confirmed by Apple. Of course this would be an overly harsh punishment for those who simply repaired their iPhones in repair shops with the knowledge that Apple has not issued any warning so far on this issue. Anyway, this is something that must be taken into account in the next time you think about sending your phone in an informal workshop.

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