It’s a problem some of us will encounter we have bought a used phone from a friend, ebay or wherever and we soon realise the phone is iCloud locked. This is quite a big problem surprisingly as the previous owners often forget to remove it before selling the phone. Of course if you can contact the previous owner and get the information to unlock the phone, great! But sometimes this isn’t always possible… However not all is lost! You can still remove the iCloud lock, just keep reading.
Well… Not much! To iCloud unlock your iPhone you will just need the IMEI number. You can find this in a few different places however seeing as you have limited access to your phone due to the iCloud lock there is only one option which I’ll explain below.
You can find your IMEI number on your Sim Card tray which is located on the left hand side of your phone. You will need your Sim card removal tool to release the tray so you can see your IMEI number. If you’ve lost the tool you could also use a Pin or a Paperclip etc. Here is an image of the Sim Card tray showing the location of the IMEI number.
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Step 1) Find your IMEI number and write it down (Find out how to find your IMEI Number above)
Step 2) Click the “Unlock my iCloud” button at the bottom of this page and follow the steps on the page you are taken to.
Step 3) Once you have completed all of the steps restart your iPhone.