Every one love having options, three options to unlock your smartphone free is a lot of options. Now you can easily unlock your iPhone 6, 5, 5s, 5c and iPhone 4 or even bypass iCloud activation code, without spending any dime, that is free of charge.
Unlocking any model of iPhone can be difficult especially when you don't know what you want, you might lose time or worse even lose money. But with this three 3 ways you'll be able to get your iPhone 4, 5 and any other model unlocked.
Unlock activation code using this steps
As of now this glitch in iOS 7 will unlock your iPhone, don't know how long it will last though.
1. When are on Restart phone, you'll be told to go to iCloud settings, asked to turn find my phone off, but you can't do this.
2. If you don't know the password just select 'Delete account' and turn off 'find my iPhone' at the SAME time, then turn your phone off.
3. After you turn your smartphone on the Activation Lock should be deleted and now your device is not locked to Apple ID.
2. Reach out
The second way to Unblock your iCloud on your iPhone is to reach out, call calling the previous owner or third-party company that you purchased the iPhone from and tell them to go to their iCloud account and remove the iPhone from their Apple ID. If this doesn't work try the third option.
3. Use an online tool to Unblock or Bypass iCloud activation
No doubt a google search will bring up lots of tools promising to help you unlock your iPhone 4, 5, or other model. But how many of those tools have had any success in unlocking any thing, this a case of quantity not quality.
You can try those or you can try this one that's relatively new. As at the time of writing this article this online unlocking tool is working fine, especially with iPhone 4, 5, and 6. The name is iCloud unlocker This unlocks your iPhone by bypassing iCloud password. They also claim to Unlock and or ByPass iCloud for many iPhones, such as 6 Plus / 6 / 5s / 5c / 5 / 4s / 4 and iPad up to iOS 8.3
Note iCloud on iPhone is usually locked, when the password is forgotten. The main reason why majority of iPhones are locked is because of this 'find my iPhone' feature, this an anti-theft feature is present in iOS 7, when this feature is activated, you'll have a username and password that will make it possible for you to locate your iPhone, or iPad whenever it's stolen.
The only downside of this is, if you bought your Apple device from a reseller or third-party company chances are you won't have access to your iCloud account. The simple thing to ask the person you bought it from. Try the above alternatives when this fails.