In today’s video, I will demonstrate how to use Passfab’s tool in order to disable Find My on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod for which you lost or forgotten the password so that you can use your device. The program was designed for pre-A12 devices, and it’s a good tool if you made a throwaway account to be able to get the free apps from the AppStore without knowing that your device will get tied to that account and now you lost your password.
Important: It’s not possible to bypass FMI on newer devices like iPhone 12, iPhone 11, iPhone XS, XR, XS Max, or iPhone SE 2020. For these devices, you need to know the Apple ID and the passphrase. The Find My function is tied to whatever account you used for iCloud and for AppStore. Unfortunately, many people lose their passwords or get scammed with a locked device on eBay or Craigslist, and the seller vanishes.
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