20 Décembre 2016
1. Updated Apple Certificate Makes Old OS X Installer Invalid
Apple’s Worldwide Developer Certificate has made the OS X Installers downloaded before February 14, 2016 totally non-functional. This tool is required to verify 3rd party apps and services on the Apple desktop platform. While signing an app, this certificate enables OS X to validate if any app is corrupted or modified. Now the expiry of the certificate causes error dialogs and prevents you from launching apps. If you download an OS X installer and try to install the same on the machine, you get the next result as a failure. In such an odd condition, Apple users need some real support.
To install the installer, developers need to have a new or re-issued certificate. Now Apple developers need to update their certificates in order to make their App Store submissions, extensions, Apple Wallet Passes, Mac apps, and Safari push notifications function properly. It is said that some prior versions of OS X can’t be downloaded and used on newer machines. Moreover, users of expired certificates can go for older installers by making some changes to the dates. Read more at:- https://www.smore.com/q7hmc-updated-apple-certificate
2. Apple iOS 9.2.1 Release to Fix Error 53 on a Disabled Touch ID
The world’s leading technology giant Apple has released another updated version of iOS 9.2.1 in order to fix an Error 53 message on iPhones. Error 53 is concerned with Touch ID secure in iOS and a mismatch between the Secure Enclave coprocessor and the Touch ID sensor. And this mismatch occurs due to unauthorized repairs from technicians other than Apple. It is also known that the frequency of Error 53 has been noticeably increased after iOS 9 came into the existence.
In an official statement, Apple says, “Some customers’ devices are showing ‘Connect to iTunes’ after attempting an iOS update or a restore from iTunes on a Mac or PC. This reports as an Error 53 in iTunes and appears when a device fails a security test. This test was designed to check whether Touch ID works properly before the device leaves the factory. Read more at:- https://www.diigo.com/outliner/cf935t/Apple-iOS-9-2-1-Release-to-Fix-Error-53-on-a-Disabled-Touch-ID?key=ij4srm0vpq
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