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I got an iPhone 5c off of eBay and I can't tell if it's iCloud locked (Activation Lock) or not because I don't have a SIM card for it yet. It was restored by iTunes with no problems. The phone asks me for my language, country, WiFi, then tells me to insert a SIM. Is it going to tell me I need the previous owners password after I get the SIM card and insert it?

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  • is the WiFi working? if yes use it to access iCloud. – Ruskes Sep 16 '14 at 18:06
  • @Buscar Could you expand what you mean? OP does not have a SIM card to 'access iCloud'…? – grg Sep 16 '14 at 20:52
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If you are referring to "Find my iPhone" with "if it's icloud locked":

No, "Find my iPhone" must be turned off on your new iPhone. iTunes doesn't let you restore an iDevice with turned on "Find my iPhone" (on iOS 7 and greater)

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Yes, Apple has a very easy page that lets you look up devices by IMEI or Serial Number:

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