Easily remove iPhone screen locks and iCloud locks
Remove All Types of Lock Screen
Unlock your iPhone/iPad lock screen in different situations. Dr.Fone is fully compatible with all types of lock screens, can remove Screen Time passcodes easily and won’t make you lose data when retrieving your information.
Screen Time Passcode
Bypass iCloud Activation Locks
When you forget your iCloud password after restoring a device you can't access your phone anymore. Using Dr.Fone, you can remove the iCloud activation lock easily and get into your iPhone without hassle.
Note: The precondition for the bypass iCloud activation lock is to jailbreak your iOS. Please consider if you want to jailbreak your device.
Unlock Apple ID
Forgot your Apple ID password? Are you failing to remove your Apple ID account? Dr.Fone can unlock your iPhone within seconds. Regain all your iCloud services and Apple ID features by logging into a new account.
This feature works even when Find My iPhone is enabled.
Remove MDM/Bypass MDM
Using Dr.Fone's 'Remove MDM' feature, you won’t lose data after removing MDM. When you forget the username and password for your iPhone/iPad MD, Dr.Fone can bypass the MDM so you can access the device easily.
Bypass iPhone/iPad Activation Lock in Seconds
Dr.Fone safely removes your iPhone lock screen, activation lock, etc, and helps you to regain full access to your
device. Please note it will delete the data on your iPhone/iPad.
iPhone Unlock FAQs
A lot of iOS users have the same question "What is the difference between 'password' and 'passcode'?". Well, the password and passcode are two different things on the iPhone/iPad. The password on the iPhone usually is meant for Apple ID and iCloud account, which is used for iTunes and App Store purchases. While the passcode is usually meant for lock screen to secure your device from unauthorized access.
After you keep entering the incorrect passcode, your iPhone will show the messages below:
- 5 incorrect passcode entries in a row, it shows "iPhone is disabled, try again in 1 minute";
- 7 incorrect passcode entries in a row, it shows "iPhone is disabled, try again in 5 minutes";
- 8 incorrect passcode entries in a row, it shows "iPhone is disabled, try again in 15 minutes";
- 9 incorrect passcode entries in a row, it shows "iPhone is disabled, try again in 60 minutes";
- 10 incorrect passcode entries in a row, it shows "iPhone is disabled, connect to iTunes";
After 10 incorrect passcode entries, your device will be completely locked and you will have to restore your iPhone to get it unlocked.
If you've forgotten your iPhone passcode, you can follow the steps below to reset the forgotten passcode using iTunes.
- Launch iTunes on your computer and connect your iPhone to computer.
- If you've synced your iPhone on this computer before, wait the iTunes to sync and backup your iPhone. Then click Restore iPhone. After the device is restored, set up your iPhone and tap Restore from iTunes backup.
- If your iPhone has never synced before, you can only restore the iPhone in Recovery mode. After connect your iPhone, try to force restart it. Then click Restore. Please note this process will completely erase your data on the device.
To disable lock screen on iPhone, just follow the steps below:
- On your iPhone, go to Settings.
- If you have iPhone X or later, select Face ID & Passcode. On earlier iPhone devices, tap Touch ID & Passcode. On devices without Touch ID, tap Passcode.
- Then tap Passcode to turn off lock screen on iPhone.