The Apple iPhone 4 was launched in June 2010. A few of the notable features of this cellphone consist of a 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor chip, PowerVR SGX535 GPU, 8/16/32 GB of built-in storage space, 512 MB RAM, 3.5 inch LED-backlit TFT capacitive touch screen, 5 Megapixel auto-focus LED flash digital camera, Wi-Fi, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA 5.76 Mbps, Bluetooth v2.1, Gps navigation, and works on the iPhone OS 4 Os.
Unlocking your phone will allow you to use it on ANY GSM carrier worldwide, such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Rogers, Fido, Koodo, Vodafone, Tim, Claro, and many more. Our iphone unlock is 100% permanent, so you can take updates from Apple without the fear of re-locking the phone. It will work on any iPhone 4 regardless of the software/firmware version.
Listed below are the instructions you will need to unlock your iPhone 4:
1. Insert a non-accepted simcard into your iPhone (a simcard that isn’t from the original carrier).
2. Power on phone.
3. Phone will indicate “Activation Required”. If you have already purchased an unlock code, you may continue to step 4. If you havent, you will need to do so before you can proceed. To place your order, visit our iPhone 4 unlock code webpage.
4. After placing your order, you will need to wait for your unlock activation email. This is an email that we will send you to let you know that your phone has been unlocked.
5. Once you receive the activation email, you are ready to complete the unlock process. Launch the iTunes application on your computer. If a new version of iTunes is available, take the update.
6. With iTunes open, connect your phone to your computer. After iTunes detects your phone and finishes syncing, unplug the phone. Wait about 10 seconds, then replug it. Your iPhone will go to the home screen and you should see some signal bars from your new carrier in the upper left hand corner. On your computer, the message “Congratulations, your iPhone has been unlocked” will be displayed. Click “continue” to finish setting up your iPhone.
7. Your phone is now factory unlocked.
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