We have seen them everywhere, and you are probably looking at it right now, and that is the smartphone. Mobile telephones came into mainstream use in the 1990’s and from the huge brick sized one to the slim and premium looking touchscreen phones of today a lot has happened. One of the leading players in this sector is Apple, and they are the one’s who manufacture the iPhone 7 and 7plus. The problem is many carriers network-lock their units, and unless you unlock it, you will not be able to use it with any other sim. Continue reading here to learn how you can overcome this issue.
Apple is a leading company in the sectors of mobile phones and computers. The technological advances they have brought to the industry have helped smartphones give us features that are nothing short of spectacular. The security in their phones can also be a problem in case they are network locked, but fortunately for users, there are a few ways to have an iPhone unlocked.
How to unlock an iPhone
If you start searching online, you will find three methods to unlock an iPhone 7 or 7plus. The software method, hardware method, and the IMEI method.
While many online services will promote this method, it simply does not work on the latest phones. They are only good for older phone models.
Even though this method may work, it can be rather dangerous for your phone and cause it to malfunction and void the manufacturer warranty. It is best to stay away from this technique if you want your phone to be safe.
Probably the best and safest way to unlock your iPhone and have it working on any network around the world. You will not have to worry as reputable services help to have the units IMEI number included in the manufacture’s global whitelisted phone database. When this is done, the unit will not have the restriction anymore and will connect to any cellular carrier once you insert a sim into it.
The main advantage is that you will not be restricted to one network anymore. In case you travel, you will not have to rely on roaming and pay huge fees for a call or text message. You can simply pop in a local sim card and use it while you are in another country.