Monday, February 17, 2014

How to Unlock iOS 7 iPhone by IMEI / SAM / R-SIM 8 / 9


Users who iOS 7 smartphone is locked to T-Mobile, Verizon or AT&T carrier can unlock it. There are a few solutions that can help you unlock iOS 7 device. You can choose which one to use depending on your expectations and previous experience.



SAM unlock is another method that might help you to unlock iOS 7 iPhone. It is free but it has its restrictions. It can be used by iPhone owners who have saved their Activation tickets a couple of years ago. If not, you won’t be able to perform the procedure.

R-SIM card unlock is one solution you can try. It works on iPhone 4S, 5, 5S and 5C with any version of  iOS 7 firmware. It is paid method which includes you purchasing the R-SIM 9 or 8 and inserting it into the handset together with another CIM card.

As you see your iPhone can be not jailbroken before unlock.


Factory iOS 7 unlocking by IMEI number is the third tool which is safe and fast. Its main pros are it can be used by anyone with iPhone and it supports all iOS versions, smartphone basebands and bootloaders. This is an affordable and quick procedure done by different companies who work directly with Apple IMEI database.

Your device will not be jailbroken. Its warranty won’t be voided. The IMEI code will appear as “unlocked” and this is permanent. In other words, you can change SIM cards after unlock, restore your iPhone, update to the new iOS version and do any other things via iTunes without being re-locked ever again.


The unlocking program requires clean IMEI codes, activation with the network of your original carrier and correct information provided by you for the order. You can run free iPhone network checker to get the real name of your mobile operator and make sure the handset has been activated. Use this service before placing your order online:

  • AT&T-iPhone-Unlock.com for AT&T iPhone
  • LetsUnlockiPhone5.com for most world carriers


After you place your order for IMEI unlock and pay for it, wait till you get the email with what to do next. Connect iPhone to iTunes and insert a non-supported SIM card to find out you have been successfully unlocked.