When it comes to unlocking your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, DirectUnlocks is the preferred service for 100s of people a day, from individuals to stores ordering bulk we help everyone get the most out of there iPhone all for a low cost-effective price.
The iPhone 7 was released back in September 2016 along with its bigger sister model the iPhone 7 Plus and packed it with some excellent features.
Available in 6 Colours - Jet Black, Black, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold and Red, it began the iOS 10 Operating system upgradable to iOS 10.3 running the Apple A1 Fusion Chipset.
How to Unlock the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
Over the four odd years the iPhone 7 has been available unlocking methods have changed a little, we now have the fast and easy unlocking via IMEI.
This method works by submitting your iPhone 7's IMEI to Apple's own whitelisting services, this service is only available to a few independent remote companies. Because of this, we can leverage our fantastic network of digital providers. Here's how to get started:
1. Grab your iPhone 6's IMEI.
Quickly dial *#06# on your iPhone 6's keypad, and you can find it on the screen prompt. If your unable to do this, you can find it embossed on the rear of your iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6's sim tray.
2. Head over to these pages for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
3. Supply your device details into the box.
Enter your IMEI number, country and network into the 'Order Device Unlock via IMEI' box.
You will be able to confirm all the details on the next page.
Once you have completed the payment page, we submit these details to Apple's whitelisting service and provide an over-the-air unlock for your device.
Normal unlock times are instant, but this is depending on the queue with our high-traffic network, it can take a maximum of 24 hours. So don't be alarmed if you haven't been instantly unlocked, we follow up the second we get a confirmation, and our staff are available to respond to questions 24/7.
Once you're unlocked on Apple's Whitelist Network, you can prepare your iPhone 6 by making sure its software is up to date, making sure your connected to Wi-Fi then switch off your device. At this stage, insert your new sim card from any network before switching back on you iPhone 6. You should have full network coverage for the new provider.