It still doesn't bypass activation lock. I've tried it on a locked phone some guy sold me. After restoring to factory settings it will still ask for the iCloud password.this version is different with no data connection and this time you can restore the iPhone to factory settings.
And how would they bypass the screen lock? This is one of the reasons to add a lock code.This means if someone finds your iPhone in the street etc. Find my iPhone feature could be easily turned off without the owners's password and consequently iPhone could be erased and restored to factory settings.
And how would they bypass the screen lock? This is one of the reasons to add a lock code.
I feel this is a non-issue until people discover how to bypass the screen lock.
By the same logic not everyone by far would have Find My iPhone and thus Activation Locked enabled (even if they might have a passcode too).hmm except that it is not?
just because you do does not mean everyone uses a password lock.
in fact, you'd be surprised how many don't.
I never use a screen lock. All sensitive data resides in the data vault. If my phone is stolen, I go buy another and move on. Only device I do use a screen lock is on my iPad at home. I do so because I allow it to memorize passwords.Fair point. Well, perhaps this article will help educate those who don't use a lock code.