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iFixit CEO写的评论文:http://www.wired.com/2016/02/apple-shouldnt-get-to-brick-your-iphone-because-you-fixed-it-yourself/


本人为了大家方便,做个翻译和总结的工作。欲了解更多信息,请看原文。如果原文打开有困难,请关注此公众号和微博“iFixit官网资讯” http://weibo.com/ifixit2016


什么是Error 53?

Error 53 is indeed Touch ID related. Apple states on their error info page that: “If your iOS device has Touch ID, iOS checks that the Touch ID sensor matches your device’s other components during an update or restore. This check   keeps your device and the iOS features related to Touch ID secure.” That     means if your home button, or home button cable are not the ones originally  shipped with your phone, you could run into Error 53. The incidences of Error 53 have dramatically increased after the release of iOS 9.

简单来说iPhone 6和iPhone 6s,在由自己或第三方维修人员打开修理home键和电线之后,识别功能就此失灵,然后就自动锁住,木有办法再用了,一秒变砖。这个错误在iPhone使用系统iOS 9大大增加。这就是说苹果要消费者一定要去他们授权的维修点进行维修,否则就给你 “一秒变砖”。


I don’t think Error 53 was intentional—I think it was a mistake. But I think it’s a mistake that Apple is taking advantage of.

我个人觉得iFixit这句评论相当经典。“53号错误不是故意的,但是我认为这是个错误。苹果公司正好可以利用这个错误来牟利。”


Apple is serious about security. It has led the charge to protect users’ data    and privacy—from end-to-end encryption in iMessage to pushing back against the FBI seeking a backdoor into phones. Its policy proposals are spot-on. Google’s silence on end-to-end encryption is deafening. 

苹果公司单方面称这是为了保护个人信息,避免泄露。苹果对于安全问题相当谨慎,保护用户的数据和隐私做到极致——从终端加密的iMessage到防止FBI截取手机短信。谷歌在这一点上简直不如苹果。


As far as I can tell, Error 53 is not a security measure. Any more than using an iPhone 5—a phone that’s never had a fingerprint sensor to begin with—is a   security risk.

A phone with a third-party replaced home button is is still “protected by passcode lock and iCloud lock,” says iDevice expert Jessa Jones. “‘New’ home buttons that do have a fingerprint sensor (i.e. one from another original iPhone) do not have functional Touch ID because it is not the original button. Apple Pay by Touch ID is already disabled. What gain is there to brick the phone at update?”

据我所知,53号错误不是一个安全的措施。如果硬要说的话,任何人使用iPhone 5之下的手机都是一个安全隐患,因为它们从未有过的指纹识别器。
第三方修理店更换home键是仍然是“通过密码锁和iCloud的锁保护”。 新的home键,仍然有指纹识别器,但就因为它不是原来的按钮。苹果公司就把它“变砖”吗?


Such tactics aren’t new.

As early as 1956, IBM got in major trouble after refusing to allow third-parties to repair or upgrade its machines. So did Kodak in 1992. And so did Avaya in 2014. There are many more examples—but the courts have been clear: you can’t create a monopoly around repair.

Despite the legal precedent, electronics makers usually default to ‘no’ when it comes to outside repairs. Nikon, for example, made headlines in 2012 when it stopped selling replacement parts to independent repair shops—funneling repairs instead to its own centers. That same year, Toshiba drew the ire of consumers when it demanded the mass takedown of service manuals from a repair tech’s website. Or there’s the HTC One, which was nearly impossible to disassemble and fix—unless you had a super secret tool that apparently only HTC possessed.

纵观历史,此公司使用的雕虫小技并不新奇。早在1956年,IBM就因为拒绝让第三方修理或更新他们的机器而招来了麻烦。柯达在1992年也是这样,还有Avaya在2014年。法院都给出了清楚的判决,维修业不能够出现垄断!

尽管有法律的前例,很多电子制造商还是不把零件出售给独立的第三方维修店,比如尼康、东芝和HTC。


Because no company should be allowed to destroy your phone in a fit of jealous rage, just because you decided to date a different repair shop.

没有公司有权力出于嫉妒而毁掉你的手机,仅仅是因为你和一个不同的维修店“约会”了。

就像一个有嫉妒心的前男友或前女友不允许你再去约会别人一样。太荒谬是不是?哈哈。


就在我写这篇文章的时候,苹果公司已经做出了道歉!!!维修权是属于人民的!!!

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