The suit is seeking an order that would force Apple to stop disabling iPhones that have been repaired by a third-party and provide a software update that restores functionality to them. It’s also requested that Apple to foot the bill for repairing complainants’ devices under warranty. PCVA accuses Apple of exploiting the “cult-like following” it enjoys and argues the class action should proceed on the basis that damages affecting thousands of iPhones exceed $5m. Additionally, it says that Apple should have warned owners that using an unapproved repair service could trigger Error 53. Apple has explained that Error 53 is a security measure, since Touch ID is a sensitive component linked to Apple Pay. In other words, they says that this is not a bug, but a security feature.