Everywhere you look online, whether you’re searching instructions for an iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6S Plus or an iPhone 6S, an iPhone 6 Plus or an iPhone 6, an iPhone 5 or an iPhone 5S, or any other iPhone model, one question will keep repeating itself – “How can I bypass the iCloud lock?“.
This is a serious and very annoying problem since without getting over the iCloud activation lock, one cannot unlock the device and use it. It goes like this with any device, in iOS 12, iOS 11, iOS 9, or whatever. And precisely because learning how to bypass the iCloud Activation Lock on these Apple devices is a subject of high interest, there are gazillions of articles out there, promising to teach you how to get rid of it.
What they don’t tell you is that things aren’t always as simple as they pretend they are. And that there may be instances when their solutions won’t work at all! Now that we have settled the problem, you must be asking yourself… This one is yet another article on how to completely remove the Apple iCloud Lock. Will I really find out how to bypass this iCloud lock? Will I really be able to get another Apple ID and a new password with it?
Yes, you will. It’s a yes to all these questions that you have in mind. We make a difference through all the resources that we bring to your disposal, all within this one article.
Here’s the first one – you can take a look at a comprehensive video that shows you the steps to unlocking the activation lock without a password. Take a peek and feel free to message us if there are things that don’t seem clear to you.
Back to the problem we have signaled above, the reason why many claims are false is that for one to skip this lock, knowing the account information of the person who previously used the device is essential.
Here’s the second resource – remove the Find My iPhone option from that iPhone or iPad in iOS 11/iOS 12 and you’ll get rid of the requirement of typing the previous user’s credentials. Read this material on iCloud – Remove Find My iPhone.
It’s frustrating how a feature that was supposed to protect the device from unauthorized access when being stolen or lost – the Find My iPhone option connected to the iCloud lock – is actually becoming the worst enemy of those who happen to forget their iCloud password. If you too are in this situation…
Special section: The iCloud Bypass Tool
ChronicUnlocks is a company that provides a special service. This service is – you’ve guessed – about unlocking an iPhone with any kind of iCloud issue. What they do is use this iCloud Removal tool, supposed to remove the security feature – Apple Activation Lock – from any iPhone or iPad in iOS 11/iOS 12. All for the fee of $149.00.
This service also applies to iPods and, generally, any Apple device bought from a third party that can no longer be contacted to get the details required for disabling the iCloud. ChronicUnlocks makes it clear that no person who has stolen the device and no device that is in the Lost Mode will benefit from its assistance.
If you want to know more on the ChronicUnlocks services, you can simply email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be prepared to bypass any current iCloud account saved on that device and gain access to its apps, new Apple ID, Wi-Fi, calls and other settings.