New York, NY, USA, 12/13/2016 /SubmitPressRelease123/
A method to bypass and remove Apple’s iCloud Activation Lock for iPhone 7,6S,6,5S,5C,5 and iPad , which was discovered in November is still working on the latest iOS firmware. Researchers from Vulnerability Labs were able to recreate the software and discovered a similar bug to bypass iCloud lock on iPhone and iPad.
Apple iCloud Activation Lock
The Apple iCloud Activation Lock is a feature that allows users to lock down an iPhone (or iPad). It requires the entry of an Apple ID before the device can be used again. It’s part of the excellent “Find My iPhone” service and is extremely useful for many reasons. But it can also be a real pain if you or someone else obtains an iPhone that has another Apple ID attached to it. That iPhone is then ‘locked’ with an activate request, which can only be unlocked by the previous account that was registered on it. Only once the activation lock is removed, the device can be used with another Apple ID.
This feature is automatically switched on when Find My iPhone is enabled. There is no way to get through this activation lock as it appears even after performing a factory reset or fresh firmware install. To unlock the device, the user would have to enter the Apple ID and Password used on the device. The credentials are stored on Apple’s servers for cross-checking.
Bypass iCloud Activation Lock Official Team’s website: http://www.iCloudRemover.org
In November, a icloud remover team was able to bypass the lock by crashing the security layer altogether, according to Apple Insider. By using a software password and name in the Wi-Fi setup option on an iCloud locked device, the researcher was able to break the security and gain access to the Homescreen.
Recently, the researchers at iCloud Remover Team were able to bypass iCloud lock. The new software will disable and remove iCloud Lock for anyone who has a device linked to it. Regardless of whether it is due to the fact that you are locked out of your own unit (and are in a place like Saudi Arabia, which has no Apple Store to present invoice), or that you bought a used unit from a seller who did not remove their iCloud login details from it (intentionally or unintentionally).
The software is available on the official website http://www.iCloudRemover.org