If you have recently had a broken home button and have been to an unofficial Apple technician to replace it then you are in for serious trouble. All I phones that function on iOS 9 and do not have regional Apple home buttons on them anymore well by default locked by apple to ensure user security. Disillusionment has been made especially keeping in mind the fact that the touch id is a sensitive part of the iPhone and any tampering done with it could cause serious problems for user security.
Many users across the globe have faced error 53. All of these users had phones working on iOS 9.
When the error 53 struck none of the affected users were able to unlock their phones anymore. Uses of across the globe took this as a sign of monopoly by Apple. They thought that apple wanted to impose on the uses the importance of having original home button. But this is not rm Apple is not trying to get rich by forcing users to go n for original spare parts. The touch id is a very sensitive portion of the phone which contains data pertaining to your fingerprints. This data is not stored even on Apple’s server and is available only inside the phone itself under the secure Enclave. If your home button is not an authentic one there are chances that these buttons would be transmitting data to hackers from home this devices were actually purchased. Something like this could cause Your financial data to be at risk and your personal data to be available for public use also. Series identity theft caught a girl putting you’re into for the trouble and your friends into a situation of discomfort as well.
The error 53 could be done away in the next version of the operating system. As of now this error could be able to save a lot of users from problems that could have occurred in future. Even though it is costing users a little above $250 each, replacement it is a necessary evil that cannot be avoided.