“Error 53” has become an headache for the iPhone users now. Reports of last week suggested that by setting the date and time back to January 1st 1970 on your iOS device system could cause the device to crash. However, Apple has acknowledged the problem and assured to solve the issue as soon as possible.
Apple users have started sharing this problem with AppleCare after trying out this bug. Now, the the American tech giant has acknowledged the problem and would soon release a software update to solve this. Apple support website stated that the upcoming software update would avoid the problem from influencing iOS devices in the prospect.
The company has also stated that the bug can affect iPhone and cause their device crash with setting to any date before May 1970, according to 9to5Mac.
“An upcoming software update will prevent this issue from affecting iOS devices. If you have this issue, contact Apple Support,” reads the Apple support website.
Some reports suggest that some users are availing full device replacements at the Genius Bar stating the bug. 9to5Mac claims that the bug has been a big concern for the Apple Store employees in the past. Some people deliberately set the date back on demo devices at the retail stores which have damaged the products on the benches.
However, Apple hasn’t made clear by stating an ‘upcoming software update’. Will the company roll out iOS 9.3 with the bug fixed or is it planning to release a OTA bug-fix like iOS 9.2. to solve the issue sooner.
The Cupertino-based company is expected to release a bevy of new features in March with launching iOS 9.3. The company is also expected to launch iPad Air and MacBook pro along with iPhone 5se at Mar 18 as it has scheduled a press meet on Mar.15, as reported by 9to5Mac.
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