Apple has finally addressed and issued a fix for Error 53, a “safety” mechanism that would prevent your iPhone from booting if you had certain repairs done outside of Apple’s official channels.

Essentially, if you had a repair done to fix a broken Touch ID on your iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S, or 6S Plus, or a screen fix that required disconnecting Touch ID, your iPhone was effectively bricked unless you had Apple or an Apple certified repair technician do the repair.
The iPhone “Name” could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (53)..
“When iOS finds an unidentified or unexpected Touch ID… more


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