(This service supports all iPhones: 11 (Pro/Max), XS (max), XR, X, 8, 7, 6S, 6 (plus), SE, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4...)
So - you have an iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch but unfortunately it's stuck at the iCloud activation screen? And you don't remember your iCloud password and unable to restore your iCloud account - which means you are unable to use your device. You may think about selling your iPhone "on the cheap" to get some money back because it's better than keeping an unusable iPhone.
Don't give up - because we can help you to remove the iCloud account from your iPhone / iPad (Someone called it "Unlock iCloud").
Different from many other tutorials, SCAM software (They are maybe viruses, trojans, or backdoors which can hurt your computer and data). Our service is NOT an iCloud Bypass trick which just help you to bypass once.
Our service will permanently remove the current iCloud account from your iPhone / iPad / Mac and Apple Watch. After the iCloud account is removed, you will immediately be able to activate the iPhone, and associate it with your own iCloud account.
How to remove iCloud account from iPhone / iPad / Mac / AppleWatch?
It has never been easier with IMEIDoctor.com !!! We just need your IMEI number to remove the iCloud account from your device.
Step 1: Get your IMEI number
- If your iPhone is activated: You can dial *#06# to get your IMEI or go to Settings -> General -> About -> Scroll down to see your IMEI
- If your iPhone is not activated: From the activation screen, there will be a little "i" icon on the screen. Tap to that button and you will get your IMEI number
Step 2: Provide us your IMEI number, select your model and click "Unlock now".
Step 3: You will be immediately received a confirmation email when your payment is completed. Then please allow us to take a few working days to remove the iCloud account from your iPhone. We will send you an email when we completed it. If it got success, you just need to turn on your iPhone and enjoy.
Is an iCloud Unlock Legal?
There's been quite a bit of confusion around whether or not an iCloud unlock is legal or not, so we'll attempt to clarify to the best of our ability. The question of legality here is highly nuanced. If an iPhone is stolen or reported lost by the owner and someone else is subsequently requesting an iCloud unlock, the circumstantial evidence would suggest that the phone is stolen. However, just because an iCloud activation lock has been enabled on an iDevice using the Find My iPhone feature and the user wants it unlocked, it doesn't automatically mean the device is stolen. There's a big difference.<
For example, what if the person requesting an iCloud activation lock removal is the genuine owner of a pre-owned iPhone, has the bill of sale from the original owner and everything, but the owner neglected to dissociate their iCloud account with the device?
Here's another situation: carriers regularly sell used inventory from device upgrades or insurance claims at private auctions. It’s what you might call a well-known secret. Authorized device recyclers or repair shops then purchase these iPhones and iPads, and unlock iCloud on them before reselling them as refurbished devices. Apple itself sells refurbished and unlocked devices. So, is Apple guilty of a crime, then? Or the carriers selling locked devices?
If you are the genuine owner of an iPhone - regardless of whether you're the original owner - and the device has never been reported as stolen or lost, it's up to you what you do with the phone, isn't it? If you'd rather not own an expensive but useless table ornament, you have the right to decide whether or not to go ahead with an iCloud unlock.
A recent news report in Motherboard highlights a trending technique where hackers with stolen devices phish for iCloud credentials with sophisticated phishing kits;, trying to fool the devices owners into giving them login details. Using this information, the devices are then iCloud-unlocked and resold as refurbished devices.
The report even talks about hackers obtaining fake iPhone purchase receipts and looking up secret databases to find details about the original owner so they can make it look authentic to Apple technicians and Genius Bar employees, using social engineering to trick them into unlocking iCloud on such stolen devices.
All of this is certainly happening, but does that make the act of unlocking iCloud on an iPhone or iPad illegal? Imagine that you bought a used iPhone on eBay with the original bill of sale and everything. But the original seller is now not reachable or there's no way to get a message to them. What do you do after spending all that money on a used iPhone? An iCloud activation lock removal is the only thing that will save the day, wouldn't you agree?
If you have any questions about removing an iCloud activation lock or unlocking your iPhone from your current carrier, please reach out to our customer service team for assistance.iCloud remover helps you to permanently bypass iCloud activation lock from your iPhone or iPad. Your iPhone will be free and no longer locked by iCloud activation