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How to check if my iPhone Is Locked or not?

Happy with your iPhone, but think you’re paying too much for data and texts? We’ve all been there, to be honest. Sometimes swapping mobile carriers is a good idea, but there might be a slight snag: If your iPhone is locked to a particular network, it’ll need to be unlocked before it will accept another carrier’s SIM card.

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If this sounds complicated, don’t worry. We’ve reviewed all of the information you need to understand carrier unlocks below. Just keep in mind, a carrier lock is different from a screen lock. The latter keeps you from accessing a phone while the carrier lock keeps you from using another network provider (if you have Verizon you can’t use AT&T until the device is carrier unlocked).

Generally speaking, you can slip any SIM into your iPhone at it will work once it’s unlocked from your current carrier. This becomes difficult if you want to use your iPhone in a different country, or switch between particular carriers. 

Visit Apple’s iPhone identification page to see which model you have. You should dig into Settings > General > About on your iPhone again to find the model number of your phone first. 

Once you’ve found your general phone model, click on the ‘tech specs’ link next to the phone you own. Scroll down and find your phone’s model number; each iPhone has many different models designed to work on carrier networks, which may also be regionally locked. It can get pretty confusing.

Checking to see if your iPhone is locked is simple. Follow these instructions on iOS 14 or later:

  1. Open “Settings” on your iPhone
  2. Select “General” 
  3. Select “About”

Scroll down until you see “carrier lock.” If it says “no SIM restrictions” next to it, your iPhone is unlocked! This applies to iPhones carriers have unlocked as well as phones purchased from Apple that were never locked to a carrier.

If you are on iOS 13 or earlier, or aren’t sure if your iPhone is locked, call your carrier. Only they can unlock an iPhone.