These days we learned the philosophy railway Apple could have negative effects for many users again. If you’ve had to repair the Home button on your iPhone 6 and 6S and you did an unofficial service, you’ll end up with a phone brick to upgrade to the new version of iOS in September.
Those responsible for Apple gave a coherent argument about an unofficial service that button repaired compromised the security of Touch ID sensor. For many users, however, the problem is not that the official Apple service can charge more than one unofficial for repair: the problem is that for many people there is no official Apple center nearby and have to go to these alternative services. Continue Reading