Yesterday, Apple has released a “revamped” version of the iOS 9.2.1 that fixes the awful Error 53, which affected devices with “unauthorized” repairs, Apple had to react to the numerous reports about this error and it had to do it fast, before things get even worse.
Error 53: Details About The Issue
The Error 53 code will appear when someone will try to update a device that had an unauthorized (non-Apple Care related) repair performed on it (in a third-party shop), with other words, when trying to update or restore using iTunes, you will get the “Error 53” that will stop you from updating your restoring your device.
Since many users have reported this error and were quite disappointed about it, Apple has tried to fix this issue by releasing a new iOS 9.2.1 version that fixes the Error 53. With other words, if your device has been facing the Error 53 issue, just restore it via iTunes and make sure that it downloads the latest iOS 9.2.1 version.
Once you update your Apple device to the “revamped” iOS 9.2.1 version, you will not receive the Error 53 anymore and your phone will function absolutely normal.
Will The New iOS 9.2.1 Affect The Jailbreak Release Date?
We’re pretty sure that one of the main questions that the jailbreak fans have been asking was if the new iOS 9.2.1 version will delay the release date of a new jailbreaking version, well, according to reports, the new iOS 9.2.1 will not slow things down, so don’t worry about it.
Did you encounter the Error 53 when trying to update your device to a new iOS version? Have you updated your Apple device to the “revamped” 9.2.1 version? Tell us your thoughts about this error that Apple has put inside the first version of iOS 9.2.1!
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