AppleInsider reports today that no less than the Australian competition authority (ACCC) filed a lawsuit against the iPhone maker. The reason is the infamous "error 53".

For the uninitiated, the error in short, anything that shows up if unauthorized workshops cooked an iPhone or iPad using Touch ID. It was implemented by Apple with a firmware update, and the idea is to improve the security of iOS devices, so that not just anybody can get into them.

That Apple gets sued because hundreds of users were excluded from their devices and Apple refused to fix it. This contradicts obviously the Australian team, which has now reached to a lawsuit. The problem arose with the iPhone 6 early 2015, but can be traced to between September 2014 and February 2016.

What judgment lands in remains to be seen.