Apple new flagship is rocking in many ways and millions of people have purchased iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Today I am posting a guide on how to Unlock iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus for free. This guide will help those who got iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus locked on a specific carrier.
Note: This unlocking method is free but in order to get it right your iPhone must be locked to a carrier. Make sure you buy it by paying the full price.You can do this by going to an Apple store.
How To Unlock iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus Free:
Following is the unlocking guide for iPhone and iPhone 6 Plus, note this method will work on all the carriers. At the moment it is tested on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
AT&T iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Activation (Manual):
- Put the AT&T Sim in your iPhone.
- Now enter activation code e.g [ *123*(your ZIP code)*05# or *123*(your ZIP code)*06# ].
- Press the call button on your iPhone screen.
- Now turn off your device and wait for 10 minutes.
- Turn on your device and you’ll receive a message with a new number.
- Your AT&T iPhone 6 is unlocked you can now use it on other carrier.
T-Mobile iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Activation (Online):
- First go to the T-Mobile activation website.
- Now you have the option to enter.
- Activation code
- SIM card serial number
- Phone serial number.
Sprint iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus Activation (Manual):
- First you have to write down the serial number of your sim card.
- Insert the Sim in your iPhone.
- Call customer support and press 2 from the dial pad.
- Now tell your serial number of your Sim to the Sprint representative.
- Your Sim will be activated cheers.
- Now your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus is activated on a carrier.
- Connect your iPhone with iTunes and restore your device.
- Once the process is done you’ll see the following message on your computer screen.
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