iPhone Error 53 bug fix has just been released. As soon as the error was reported and the possible cause was determined, Apple quickly released an iOS 9.2.1 update, which is designed to address the issue.
All iPhone users can already download Error 53 bug fix program via iTunes with the use of either PCs or Macs, The Guardian reported. Restoring an Apple device through the updated iOS 9.2.1 can be done in three steps.
With the latest version of iTunes, attach the iPad or iPhone to a PC or Mac with the use of a USB cable. Wait until the iTunes program is launched and the iOS device has been detected.
Choose the update option once it has become available on iTunes to allow the iOS program to be reinstalled on the device. This will restore the normal mode of the device without erasing any of the saved files.
However, a few devices do not allow procedures that go beyond the logo screen of Apple. When this happens, force restart the gadget by pressing and holding the Sleep, Wake and Home buttons down for 10 seconds and wait for the Apple logo to appear. Then choose the Restore option.
Once completed, follow the steps shown when the Hello screen appears for proper set up. For those who have backed up their iOS device, the same settings can be used using the backup or a Touch ID can be set up later, Apple shared.
Meanwhile, it is important to note that restoring the device can delete all of the information which was previously saved. If the restoration process was not completed and a new error message appeared, check out the error message list from Apple.
Also, when the Touch ID feature on the iOS device has already failed to work properly prior to the Error 53, it will still be unable to function despite the restoration or update on the gadget. If this is the case, contact the Apple support team and find out all the service options for Touch ID feature.