Activation Lock Removal Masterclass for iPads
Learn how to remove iCloud via a hardware method.
No soldering is required for 10 iPad models.
WiFi & Cellular models are supported.
For just one time payment of $499, you’ll get
- 40+ page document of how to unlock iPads.
- Full list of where to buy the tools, programmers & SN data you’ll need to unlock iPads.
- Step by step guide to unlocking every supported model
- PIctures & diagrams of the unlocking process
- Video explanation on how to implement this knowledge into your workflow
- Video tutorials on the actual unlock process
- A table breakdown of what each model needs to unlock it
- & more!
- iPad 2, 3, 4
- iPad Mini 1, 2, 3
- iPad 5, 6, 7*
- iPad Pro 9.7, 10.5
- iPad Pro 12.9 Gen 1
- iPad Pro 12.9 Gen 2
WiFi models are the easiest to unlock with no opening or microsoldering needed.
Cellular models can also be unlocked, but require some or a lot of microsoldering.
*iPad 7 – Only WiFi model is supported right now.
Get started today!
Currently, these iPad models can be unlocked via the method taught in this masterclass: A1395, A1396, A1397, A1416, A1430, A1403, A1432, A1454, A1455, A1458, A1459, A1460, A1489, A1490, A1599, A1600, A1474, A1475, A1566, A1567, A1893, A1954, A2197 A1673, A1674, A1584, A1652, A1701, A1709, A1670, A1671.
ou can unlock at least 10 iPads with just a single tool & without the need of even opening the iPad. Some do require some soldering. And some require you to be real good at NAND work & WiFI Replacement.
Technically it completely removes iCloud from the iPad because we’re giving the device a new identity.
But this process isn’t perfect, if the customer restores the iPad, there’s a chance it can relock.
Although you can do updates into the future & be able to use it without any risk of re-locking
From my experience, as long as you give the customer the disclaimer that they can’t restore them, then they’re happy to get their iPads unlocked. Just like with those “carrier unlock SIMs”, you can’t restore those phones either or they get carrier-locked again.
Depending on what iPad models you unlock, it can easily be done within 3-5 unlocks. From there, it’s virtually all profit.
I provide a full list of tools, parts, IC’s and even sources for the data you need to unlock. You can get started with just a $100 tool, which some of you may already have.
If you want to be able to do all the supported models, like the cellular iPads, you’re looking at about $300-400 total in tools, programmers, stencils, replacement IC’s.
From 5 minutes to 1hr depending on what needs to be done. WiFi models are easy & can be done within 5 or so. Cellular models can take up to 1hr.
Yes, you can use iCloud login, iMessage, FaceTime, etc, with no issues.
No, you can’t restore it after you unlocked the iPad, as there’s a chance it can relock.
For the supported models, yes, you can remove the activation lock, but the iPad is converted to WiFi only version. So cellular will never work afterward.