The iPhone by Apple is a very popular phone these days. Chances are, if you don’t already have one, you will want to get one soon. If you have bought your iPhone through a network provider, the phone will most likely come locked to that particular network provider. You may probably be okay with that network, but if you are intent on traveling with your phone, or decide to switch from your current provider to another before your contract expires, you obviously will want your phone able to work on the different networks. If you are wondering which method I use to unlock my icloud account then know that I use this one. Follow this article to guide you on the best tips when unlocking your iPhone.
Before we get to that, someone may ask, “Is unlocking my phone legal?” If you have fully paid for your phone, then it is entirely legal. However, if you have only partially paid for your iPhone, that means ownership of the phone has not been transferred to you yet, so you will want to check with your provider first before attempting anything.
Below are the tips to unlocking your iPhone:
For Orange and T-Mobile (EE)
First, you need to know that to unlock this type of phone; you should have had your account for not less than six months and with all your bills up-to-date. Then you feed a form online. The cost is around 20 pounds, and it will take up to 20 days.
You will still need to have the iPhone’s original details, then fill out a form online. They will probably get back to you within 48 hours to 10 days.
All iPhones which were purchased from 2 nd January 2014 will be automatically unlocked once you activate it on WIFI or you connect the phone to iTunes on a computer.
02 will require you first to fill out a form online to unlock your phone. You can do this anytime if you’re a pay per month customer, but you will have to finish paying for it first.
All recently acquired Virgin iPhones will be unlocked automatically, for older iPhones, you will have to update to iOS’s latest version to automatically unlock your phone. If you’re using a non-iOS-compatible phone, restore your phone entirely instead.
Giffgaff has a tool which will help you to unlock your iPhone easily from its network.
As soon as your phone is unlocked, you will receive a confirmation message from the provider. You can then use whatever Simcard you wanted.…