These are official iPhone 6 unlock instructions that also support a lot of other carriers across the world and iPhone models, including iPhone 6 Plus, 5c, 5S, 5, 4S and others.
Since this is remote factory unlock for iPhone 6 Plus / 6 and other models, everything is done through the central Apple’s official database of IMEI numbers. All you have to do is find out your IMEI code and provide it to us. We’ll access the database of all Apple’s unlocked IMEIs and add your code to this whitelist database marking it as “permanently unlocked.”
Here is how to use this reliable and legal unlock iPhone 6 service.
Step 1. Firstly you should use iPhone IMEI network checker to find out your original carrier name, country, activation and blacklist statuses. Once you are sure you know your mobile company, your iPhone is activated and not blacklisted, you can proceed.
Step 2. Enter your IMEI number in the specified field.
Step 3. Order factory IMEI unlock iPhone 6 / 6 Plus / 5S or other model by paying for the unlock request. You can pay with a credit card or with secure Paypal. You can proceed to Checkout once you click the Buy Now option.
Step 4. We will email you the order confirmation number and as soon as Apple confirms that your smartphone is permanently unlocked, we’ll email you the unlock confirmation.
Step 5. Once you know that you are unlocked, you are highly advised to update iTunes to the most recent version.
Step 6. It is also important to backup just in case. Use iTunes or iCloud for creating a backup copy of your iPhone. If you are using iTunes, just go to File – Devices – Back up.
Step 7. You should have a non-supported SIM card [for example, if your iPhone locked to AT&T you have to get a SIM card from T-Mobile, Verizon or any other carrier]. Insert this new SIM into your iPhone SIM tray.
Step 8. You can now connect to your computer using a USB cable. Launch iTunes and wait till it detects your iPhone with a new SIM card inside.
Step 9. You can now disconnect your handset from the PC or Mac. Wait for about 20 seconds and continue.
Step 10. Connect to your computer once again through the USB cable. Allow iTunes to detect your iPhone again.
Step 11. iTunes will either pop-up the message that congratulates your with having an unlocked iPhone or not show this message. But you are still already unlocked and you can see this on your Home screen which will show the signal from the SIM card that was previously unsupported.
This is pretty much it. These simple iPhone 6 / 6 Plus / 5 / 5S / 5c / 4S / 4 unlock instructions that also work for all other carriers guarantee that you become unlocked permanently. You can connect to all GSM mobile carriers across the world and get the signal just as if you purchased a factory unlocked smartphone directly from Apply. The only difference is you don’t have to pay the full price for your iPhone.
*Blacklisted iPhones can’t be unlocked this way so if your IMEI is blocked, barred, blacklisted, iPhone is reported as stolen / lost the unlock will fail.
*You have to use the original Apple USB cable while connecting the smartphone to your computer.
*In case iTunes doesn’t detect your smartphone via USB cable, you ca just restart the handset by holding down the Power button. If iTunes doesn’t show the Congratulation message, please, take a look at your iPhone. It has most likely already picked up the signal of the new carrier and is ready to be used.
*This unlock is central [factory] and if you get no signal after you inserted a new SIM and connected to iTunes, please, open Settings and enable airplane mode. Disable it and give the network signal a second attempt to be picked up. You can also turn on / off the 3G network settings and try the roaming mode on / off.
*The SIM card you insert into your Apple iPhone must be the original micro SIM card. Don’t cut down ordinary SIMs and they might be the reason why there is no signal.
*If your handset was jailbroken and unlocked by Ultrasnow or Redsn0w you have to check your baseband. Do this by going to Settings app and selecting General – About. Make sure you DON’T have baseband 06.15 as this is the iPad baseband to which iPhones were updated when unlocked with Redsn0w / Ultrasn0w. If you happen to have 06.15 baseband you should downgrade it back to 05.14 with Redsn0w and restore the gadget from DFU mode via iTunes program.