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Growing numbers of i Phone 6 users are encountering error 53 in i OS9, effectively rendering their handset useless.What the affected handsets all appear to have in common is that their home button was fixed by a non-Apple technician, although some users report the same issue if they have a problematic home button that has not been fixed.The Guardian recounts the tale of freelance photographer Antonio Olmos.While working in Macedonia, he had to get his i Phone repaired at a non-Apple verified place due to the lack of Apple stores in the area.The problem occurs if the repairer changes the home button or the cable.Following the software upgrade the phone in effect checks to make sure it is still using the original components, and if it isn’t, it simply locks out the phone.

The installation never finished, and Antonio was left with a bricked handset showing error 53.There is no warning, and there's no way that I know of to bring it back to life.With the bricking issue seeming to affect only people with home button issues, and Apple charging hundreds of dollars for an official repair, rumors are circulating that Apple is using this as a cash cow whilst simultaneously trying to kill the third-party repair market.Kyle Wiens from i Fixit says: The 'error 53' page on our website has had more than 183,000 hits, suggesting this is a big problem for Apple users.OS upgrades can often be a pain, but you don't usually expect to run the risk of killing the device you are upgrading.

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If you’ve spent a small fortune on an i Phone, you're likely to be particularly upset if an upgrade is borked, but this is precisely the problem facing i Phone 6 owners who have previously had their handset worked on by an unofficial third party.

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