If you need to get the unlocking for the iPhone 11, the service provider can send you the iPhone unlocking totally FREE, but you must meet certain requirements, such as being the original owner of the device and having completed the commitment period with the carrier. We know that sometimes it is complicated to fulfill this, since if it is a second-hand phone purchased or it is in another country it is going to be an impossible task, but do not worry! our iPhone servers can unlock your device, you must fill out the form and will receive an email with the unlocking instructions.
Yes, of course, the unlocking is never removed, you can update iOS as many times as you want your device or even reset your Apple device.
You can use the iPhone with any SIM Card from USA and from overseas, such as carriers C Spire, AT&T, US Cellular, Cingular, Cricket, Nextel, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, MetroPCS, Tracfone, Boost Mobile, Aio, StraightTalk, H20 Wireless, Simple Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Family Mobile, Xfinity Mobile, Viaero
There are two options to check if your device is Locked or Unlocked:
First option: You can insert SIM cards from different carriers When you insert not allowed SIM card appears this message "iPhone has a SIM card from a different network" or "incorrect SIM card inserted" it means that your iPhone is network blocked. If the phone has a signal and you can make calls your iPhone 11 is unlocked.
Second option: If you don't have a different SIM cards to test it or you don't know the original network, you can use our CHECK IMEI service to know the original carrier.
1. Insert a SIM card from a network other than the original network and dial the PIN
2. Note that there is no signal.
3. Install and run iTunes on your computer and plug in the iPhone.
4. iTunes will connect to Apple servers and unlock your iPhone in seconds (you might need to need to plug and unplug the iPhone twice)
5. Unplug and restart your iPhone and it will be unlocked forever.
If iTunes displays a note stating, "The SIM card inserted in this iPhone does not appear to be supported", your phone has not been unlocked. If this happens you must upgrade your iPhone to the latest version with a original network SIM inserted, and then restart the terminal and repeat the process from step 1.
Note: This unlock does not work if the iPhone is jailbroken and hacked with Cydia; you will have to upgrade or restore your iPhone to the latest version with iTunes, and then unlock it. Once unlocked you can re-jailbreak your iPhone.