iPhone 6 is one of the latest models recently released by Apple. Despite having the latest features your iPhone get stuck with lots of issues and one of them is the Error 53.
Why this Error 53 pop up?
Our technical expert found that this error is usually related with the Touch ID of the phone. When the fingerprint cable connected to the Touch ID button gets damaged, this error code comes up.
Don’t Panic! Error 53 Isn’t a Big Deal
So What You Should Do?
Step#1: Get the latest version of iTunes on your computer.
Step#2: Install available updates for your Mac. If you have a PC, then get PC software updates from the Microsoft website.
Step#3: You might need to update, change, disable, or uninstall software that’s causing an issue.
Step#4: Keep only your iOS device, keyboard, and mouse plugged in directly to your computer.
Step#5: Turn off your computer and your device. Then turn them on again.
Step#6: Update or restore your iOS device again.
If the error still persists, then try below troubleshooting steps to fix it.
Step#1: Check if your security software and settings aren’t blocking your device from communicating with the Apple update server.
Step#2: Then try to restore your iOS device two more times while it is connected with a cable, computer, and network you know are good.
Step#3: Make sure that your security software and settings are allowing communication among your device and update servers.
Step#4: Restart your device to check if the error has resolved.
If you still find the error message when you try to update or restore, then go through the following points.
#1: Make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes.
#2: Use iTunes to back up your device. Transfer and sync any additional content to your computer.
#3: If you’re using iOS 6 or later version, go to Settings > iCloud and turn off Find My iPhone.
Step#1: Connect your device to your computer using the cable you got with it.
Step#2: Select your iPhone when it appears in iTunes.
Step#3: Click Restore in the Summary panel.
Step#4: Click Restore again to confirm that you want to restore your device to factory settings and delete all data and content.
Step#5: iTunes will download the device software file and restore your device.
Step#6: When your device is restored to factory settings, it will reboot. While it restarts, you’ll see the “Slide to set up” welcome screen.
Step#7: Follow the steps in the device Setup Assistant. You can set up your device as new or use a previous backup.
If you have restored an iOS device that has cellular service, it will activate after you are done with setting up your device.
If you have any query while executing above steps, head over to our customer support service, they will easily fix all your iPhone stuffs.
Just make sure to provide sufficient detail so that we can make an accurate diagnosis to your iPhone issue.