iCloud Unlock: How to IMEI Unlock iCloud iPhone ( Free vs. Paid )

Learn how to Unlock iCloud Activation Lock for iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6 & 6+ and all iPad models (Including WiFi). Safe, legitimate and permanent results.
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iPhone IMEI Check, iCloud Activation Lock Removal and Network Unlock

To this article we will explain the following terms:

-iPhone IMEI Check
-iCloud Activation Lock Removal
-Network/Carrier Unlock

Those terms are being widely used by many people and companies, but they never really explain what those services are, why they are important and how they are being used.
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I found an iPhone and I want to find its original owner

We receive hundreds of messages and e-mails for a method that can track down the original owner of an iPhone (and iPad) because they want to return it to him.

Depending on the status of that iPhone, there are sereval ways to do it, some of them are free with no guaranteed results and others are paid services, but with guaranteed results.

First, you will have to try turning ON the iPhone/iPad, to see in what state it is.
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What is the Apple ID of my iPhone?

Have you lost your Apple ID or you simply forgot it? You can relax, because I will propose you a few ways to Find it, so if one method cannot help you, I am very sure that one of the other methods will!

With a few words, let me explain what the Apple ID is: Your Apple ID is the account you use to sign in to all Apple services. In most cases your Apple ID will be your e-mail address but as I said, “in most cases!”.
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iCloud Contact Information Service – iPhone SE, 6s+, 6s, 6+, 6, 5s, 5C, 5, 4s

This service will fetch you all available contact information that the original owner is obligated (Some of them are optional) to input to his iCloud Account. The most basic ones are: Full Name, Address, Apple ID, Backup email (not always), Phone (not always) and Security questions (not always).
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