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  1. Thread: All About Error 53

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    Replacing the sensor and revalidating it against...

    Replacing the sensor and revalidating it against the secure enclave does not mean that encryption has been or can be bypassed. The disk encryption is a totally different matter. After replacing and...
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    Blocks C and D are not included in band 30, only...

    Blocks C and D are not included in band 30, only blocks A and B.

    The duplex spacing between UL and DL in WCS blocks A/B is 45 MHz. The spacing between blocks C and D is 30 MHz, so it's not like...
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    That's how wide the band is, so that'll never...

    That's how wide the band is, so that'll never change.
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    Coming to VZW in iOS 9.3...

    Coming to VZW in iOS 9.3...
  5. Thread: All About Error 53

    by XFF
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    http://appleinsider.com/articles/16/02/05/apple-ac...

    http://appleinsider.com/articles/16/02/05/apple-acknowledges-error-53-glitch-says-its-part-of-touch-id-security

    "We protect fingerprint data using a Secure Enclave, which is uniquely paired to the...
  6. Thread: All About Error 53

    by XFF
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    Not true. Apple authorized service shops can...

    Not true. Apple authorized service shops can replace the fingerprint sensor and re-authenticate it against the secure enclave in the AP. But unauthorized service shops cannot.
  7. Because they still have to pay for their data. ...

    Because they still have to pay for their data. And allowing unlimited music streaming increases the overall load on the network, so it does slow everyone down to some degree.
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    In my experience Wi-Fi calling is far superior to...

    In my experience Wi-Fi calling is far superior to the 3G MicroCell. I decommissioned my MicroCell when Wi-Fi calling became available and haven't looked back.

    For one thing, the MicroCell is 3G...
  9. Sure it affects net neutrality. Your proposal...

    Sure it affects net neutrality. Your proposal would arbitrarily prioritize and favor music data over any other data, thereby aggrieving users who don't care about music and would rather download...
  10. I'm very concerned about those kinda gimmicks as...

    I'm very concerned about those kinda gimmicks as they are a slap in the face of net neutrality. Why should 1 MB worth of music be billed differently than 1 MB worth of pictures? Do you really want...
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    I'm happy they're sunsetting 2G. Refarming that...

    I'm happy they're sunsetting 2G. Refarming that spectrum to 4G is a far more efficient use of resources and simplifies network management and maintenance.

    Nah! Just rip off the bandaid and move...
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    The sites that made up those service contours are...

    The sites that made up those service contours are all still operational, they've just been upgraded to 2G and/or 3G. There should not have been any loss in raw service area.
  13. That may well be, but rural NE MI is hardly...

    That may well be, but rural NE MI is hardly typical for the state of the network overall. The test results I was referring to are based on OpenSignal test reports from the 11 largest metro areas,...
  14. T-Mobile ties Verizon in US-wide speed test - AT&T far behind

    http://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/opensignal-speed.png

    AT&T coming in just a tad ahead of Sprint and lagging T-Mo and VZW significantly. Ouch!! What's their plan to level the...
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    Again, band 7 is not licensed for CMRS in the...

    Again, band 7 is not licensed for CMRS in the United States.

    LTE bands used by each carrier as follows:


    VZW: 13, 4, 2, 5
    AT&T: 17, 4, 2, 5, 30, 29
    T-Mobile: 4, 2, 12
    Sprint: 25, 26, 41
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    This has been available since iOS 9.2. Apple...

    This has been available since iOS 9.2. Apple calls it Wi-Fi calling from another device, AT&T calls it NumberSync. There's already a thread on that subject:...
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    That's not part of band 30.

    That's not part of band 30.
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    Band 30 is only 10x10 wide, so that's not really...

    Band 30 is only 10x10 wide, so that's not really possible.
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    Correct. The 2G sunset only affects users with...

    Correct. The 2G sunset only affects users with 2G-only devices.
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    Technically the two are independent. VoLTE can...

    Technically the two are independent. VoLTE can utilize a narrow-band or a wide-band codec. And a wide-band codec (HD Voice) does not require VoLTE, but can also run on UMTS or HSPA.

    However,...
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    As others have already pointed out to you, the...

    As others have already pointed out to you, the device subsidy you say you earned by staying on contract was already used upfront when you purchased your last device at a heavy discount. Since you're...
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    iPhone 5S doesn't have VoLTE period, regardless...

    iPhone 5S doesn't have VoLTE period, regardless of carrier.
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    NFC requires a dedicated NFC transceiver chip,...

    NFC requires a dedicated NFC transceiver chip, and VoLTE requires a newer version of the baseband processor (MDM9x25), neither of which were present in iPhone 5S, so I don't think it had anything to...
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    Spec-wise this has everything iPhone 6 has, so I...

    Spec-wise this has everything iPhone 6 has, so I don't know why they would call it an iPhone 5 at this point. Find this very doubtful.
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    GSM/GPRS are very similar to TDMA. They're all...

    GSM/GPRS are very similar to TDMA. They're all 2G technologies. EDGE was considered 2.5G, but still based on the same underlying technology.

    UMTS/WCDMA was the first 3G technology on the 3GPP...
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