iPhone Bypass/Remove iCloud Account FRP on iPhone 7/7 Plus October 31 2017
Why does Apple support iCloud lock on Apple devices like the iPhone 7/7 Plus?
Answer: To protect your information and to prevent anyone from accessing your device in the event the cell phone is ever lost, stolen, sold or misplaced. iCloud lock is another form of Factory Reset Protection (FRP). Both Android and iOS devices carry this form of protection and is activated when the content of the device is restarted to its original factory settings. The only way to avoid this lock is to remove the iCloud account before restarting the device or having the e-mail and password associated with the device.
iCloud lock is the most common issue people face when they purchase a iPhone from LetGo, OfferUp, 5 Mile, Craiglist, eBay or any third party application. As a repair shop, Invisible Armor gets asked about removing iCloud every day. We advertise "unlocking" so we get why this question gets asked so many times. The iPhone 7/7 Plus is the most common phone we get asked about removing the FRP or iCloud lock. We can help if your iPhone 7/7 Plus is in the T-Mobile network and we have a 80% chance on removing the iCloud without rooting or flashing the device.
How to remove the iCloud lock on an iPhone 7/7 Plus? Simply bring it to us.
Takes about three-four days. Only works if the device is under the T-Mobile network.
Invisible Armor Inc.
394 S. Tustin st
Orange CA 92866
How safe about our service?
* There is no ROOT
* There won't affect hardware of your phone
* There isn't flashing any CUSTOM files
* Our services will remove the iCloud on iPhone 7/7 Plus completely without rooting or flashing your device
* You can make hard-reset or flash stock-firmware. It never ask the old iCloud again
Apple Can Remove iCloud with Original receipt
Apple Stores can also remove iCloud lock as long that you have the original receipt. This might be a bit difficult considering most of us don't keep all our receipts. *Disclaimer, Apple does have the right to refuse removing the iCloud so don't be upset with us if they refuse. This method is worth a try.
Hope this information helps people
Apple iPhone Model Numbers we work on:
- A1428, A1429: iPhone 5
- A1456, A1507, A1526, A1529 or A1532: iPhone 5c
- A1453, A1457, A1528, A1530 or A1533: iPhone 5s
- A1549, A1586 or A1589: iPhone 6
- A1522, A1524 or A1593: iPhone 6 Plus
- A1633 or A1688: iPhone 6s
- A1634 or A1687: iPhone 6s Plus
- A1723, A1662 or A1724: iPhone SE
- A1660, A1778 or A1779: iPhone 7
- A1661, A1784 or A1785: iPhone 7 Plus