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Since iOS 7 all iDevices now are equipped with Activation Lock, triggered by Find My iPhone. Once locked, only the original owner, or Apple themselves can bypass it. When you enable Find My iPhone on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, your Apple ID is securely stored on Appleā€™s activation servers and linked to your device. From that point on, your password ...


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I finally resolved this issue. Here is what I did to know which account was used to lock my iPad: 1- Go to http://www.apple.com/support/ 2- Select the device (in my case: iPad) 3- Clicked on Contact Support 4- Click on [Get Started] 5- Choose the country where you live in (in my case: Saudi Arabia) 6- Then select the problem category (in my case: ...


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Unfortunately, it is likely that your nephew temporarily used someone else's Apple ID in order to gain access to purchases that the other user had made. My son did this on his device, against my rules. If this happened, then that other person may have initiated the lock. Since you have an invoice, proving ownership and the device is only a month old, I ...


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This is the link to the find feature in iCloud https://www.icloud.com/#find Check out this forum https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4370979 (a user declared that it helped). Sorry, there is no way for you to reverse the Erase command. AppleCare "may" be able to, you can try calling them, but there is nothing you can do.


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They could just have to phone turned off. Although if your phone is logged into itunes, it's POSSIBLE (with forensic software or more knowledge than most iphone thieves) to get your itunes user and password and then of course they could turn it off. However, I think it is an easy thing to determine if someone else is logging in with your credentials, so I'd ...



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