The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has alleged that Apple has wronged its customers in the infamous "Error 53" incident, which killed the iPhones repaired by third parties.
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Leading on from the 'Error 53' debacle last year, Apple has now found itself the target of Federal Court proceedings by the ACCC alleging the company misled consumers about their warranty rights.
Apple has issued a fix for Error 53, the error that would cause an iPhone to become unusable after receiving third party repairs. Apple apologizes for any inconvenience that this may have caused.
A major issue has been confronting owners of the iPhone 6. Upon upgrading to iOS 9, users will be welcomed with an 'Error 53' message, completely rendering handsets useless, with no way to recover.