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Want to remove the AT&T lock on your iPhone 5s?
Most iPhone 5s models sold by the AT&T network will be subsidised and therefore, locked so they can only be used on their network.
If you want to unlock your iPhone from AT&T so that you can use a different network, first you will need to order a AT&T unlock.
Some of the major networks have operations in numerous countries but each of these still operate independently. Please select the country your particular AT&T network operates within. A full list of supported countries and networks is available here (iPhone Unlock Services)
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If you are looking to unlock an iPhone 5s from AT&T so that you can use a different network, this Official Apple iPhone 5s AT&T Unlock is exactly what you are looking for.
Each iPhone 5s has a unique 15 digit identifier called an IMEI number, AT&T use this to restrict your iPhone to only use only their network. This service updates your IMEI as 'Sim-Free' on the Apple database, therefore removing ALL restrictions enforced by AT&T. It does not require any modifications to the phone and when you receive the completion notice, the update is automatic when you insert a new sim card.
- Official Apple Factory IMEI Unlock for iPhone 5s AT&T All model versions, all software iOS and all modem firmwares. Quite simply all iPhone 5s's currently locked to the AT&T network.
- No technical knowledge or software modifications required - Simply insert a new Sim & unlock recognised via WiFi.
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Unlocking policies with the various networks differ greatly. If you bought an iPhone 2nd hand or were gifted an iPhone, if you are not the original contract holder or if a contract period remains (to name but a few) it's likely you will not meet the requirements to unlock directly via AT&T. This is when an Official Factory Apple Unlock Service is required.
An Official Apple Unlock removes ALL network restrictions imposed by AT&T both in and around the world. This allows your iPhone 5s to be used with ANY network and unlocked from anywhere in the world. Unless stated, as long as your iPhone 5s has not been reported 'lost or stolen', any iPhone 5s can be unlocked, regardless of contractual period (unless stated) etc. Once unlocked you are able to swap and change network Sim cards at your will. Your will be unlocked to use any sim card and no longer limited to just AT&T in .
To unlock your iPhone 5s with an Official Permanent iPhone Unlock all we require is the IMEI of the phone and a contact email address to receive all correspondence and ultimately, the 'Unlock Confirmation'.
An IMEI number is a unique 15 digit number that identifies your handset and its lock to the AT&T network. The process updates your IMEI on the Apple GSX database and it is marked as 'Unlocked/Whitelisted/Sim Free'. This is the only permanent unlock, recognised by Apple.
How to unlock an iPhone 5s on AT&T:
- Locate your IMEI number (Detailed help on how to find your imei is available here)
- Select iPhone 5s from the model options.
- Select the Country your AT&T iPhone is locked to.
- Confirm the AT&T network by selecting it once the country has been selected.
- Order your iPhone Unlock - Instant submission upon payment.
- Unlock confirmation email sent immediately upon status update.
- Simply insert a new Sim card whilst connected to an active WiFi signal to complete the unlock.
The iPhone 5S was unveiled on September 10, 2013 and released into the market on September 20, 2013. The iPhone 5 was released alongside it’s cheaper model, the iPhone 5C.
iPhone 5S maintained most of the same external design as the iPhone 5 but received a new white/gold color scheme in addition to white/silver and gray/black of the previous model..
It utilised the nano-SIM and a redesigned home button with Touch ID, a fingerprint recognition system which was used to unlock the phone and authenticate App Store and iTunes Store purchases. The camera was updated with a larger aperture and a dual-LED flash optimized for different color temperatures. The 5S also introduced the A7 64-bit dual-core processor, the first 64-bit processor to be used on a smartphone, accompanied by the M7 "motion co-processor".
The iPhone 5S was the first Apple device to ship with iOS 7 which introduced a revamped visual appearance and other new features. Among the new features in this software version were AirDrop, an ad-hoc Wi-Fi sharing platform; Control Center, a control panel containing a number of commonly used functions; and iTunes Radio, an internet radio service.
Nine million units of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were sold on the first weekend of their release, breaking all previous sales records. Succeeded by the larger iPhone 6 in September 2014, the iPhone 5S received a direct replacement in the form of the iPhone SE, which incorporated internal hardware similar to the iPhone 6S while retaining the smaller design of the 5S.