There are rumors circulating that Apple continues to experience problems with regards to embedding the Touch ID sensor underneath the OLED (organic light emitting diode) display screen of its upcoming iPhone 8 device. Earlier reports that surfaced some time ago had indicated that the tech giant had encountered these embedding issues when it first produced its highly awaited iPhone 8 flagship. Despite some subsequent reports suggesting that the company had resolved the issues, rumors continue to swirl around Apple’s apparent inability to fix the problem.
Some iOS users may have already encountered or heard about Error 53. It is an error found on iPhone devices which has the effect of forcing handsets with replacement display screens or home buttons to go into a boot loop after undergoing an update to their software. With that kind of effect, it was understandable for many people to label the whole thing as a bug. But Apple has since addressed the issue, and the company revealed that Error 53 is actually a security measure.
The relatively recent release of the iOS 9.1 was supposed to bring patches to various bugs and issues, not create new problems. But it appears that the latest major update to iOS, Apple’s mobile operating system, is garnering a new set of complaints from owners of various iOS powered mobile devices.
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