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iPhones "disabled" if Apple recognizes outsider repairs

iPhones "disabled" if Apple recognizes outsider repairs - The issue is known as "blunder 53" and has showed up in Apple items some time recently.

The Guardian reports that clients' telephones were handicapped after the Touch ID home catch was repaired by a non-Apple engineer.

The issue seems to emerge once gadgets have been redesigned to the most recent working framework, iOS 9.

In its report, the Guardian refers to the encounters of an independent picture taker, Antonio Olmos, who says the issue happened on his telephone after he overhauled its product.

"Whenever Olmos, who says he has burned through a huge number of pounds on Apple items throughout the years, took it to an Apple store in London, staff let him know there was nothing they could do, and that his telephone was presently garbage," the paper notes.

Photographs "lost" 

Numerous iPhone 6 clients have been talking about blunder 53 on the web.

At Apple's dialog discussions, one client named wallihall composed: "With this redesign I can't utilize the telephone, and still need to pay for the telephone itself.

"I did get the front screen supplanted, and I comprehend that it's currently considered "messed around with", yet at any rate let me utilize my iPhone on the old IOS framework... I can't recover old photographs or imperative archives I once had."

Apple told the paper that iPhone programming checks whether any repairs were approved by Apple.

A representative said: "When an iPhone is adjusted by an unapproved repair supplier, flawed screens or other invalid segments that influence the touch ID sensor could bring about the check to fall flat if the matching can't be approved.

"With a consequent upgrade or restore, extra security checks result in a 'blunder 53' being shown."

Apple has prompted clients confronting the issue to contact Apple support.