Have you purchased a second-hand iPhone/iPad and its iCloud Activation Lock is enabled? Or you own an Apple device, but have forgotten its iCloud password? In either situation, you can’t use locked devices without iCloud activation.
You may try to contact Apple customer support, but they are not going to help you straightforward without user authentication. You will be asked a lot of questions, and they may demand the original iOS device payment receipt, even after the authentication of the device.
To avoid these complications, one of the best free ways is to get your Apple device unlocked using iCloud DNS Bypass.
What is “iCloud DNS Bypass”?
Every time you setup your iOS device after a factory reset or restore, your iOS device will sent an activation request to Apple server. Apple processes the request and shows the status of your device. And if your device’s Find My iPhone function is turned ON, iCloud Activation Lock screen will pop up, asking you to provide iCloud account login details.
If you have forgotten your login details (Apple ID or password), or you get a second-hand device with iCloud lock enabled, then the iCloud DNS Bypass is here to help you. It is one of the iCloud Unlock free method.
Domain Name System (DNS) converts the readable names into numerical IP addresses. It uses the DNS server which acts as a host to run the application. If your device is iCloud locked, a great way is to change its activation path using the DNS method and send it from the original Apple server to iCloud Bypass DNS server for authentication.
Believe it or not, bypassing Apple’s iCloud DNS isn’t as complicated as it sounds.