iPhone 6 Baseband IC

Baseband  is commonly known as BB, Baseband can be defined as a communication module. It contains a communication system. It is usually used to control iPhone’s communication procedures, telephone communications, WiFi wireless communications, as well as Bluetooth communications.

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In January, Apple took down a web tool that allowed anyone to check status of the theft-deterrent Activation Lock feature. While the link to the iCloud Activation Lock webpage is now dead and the associated support document detailing Activation Lock no longer references the tool, We have discovered that potential buyers in the market for a secondhand iOS device can still check Activation Lock status by IMEI through Apple’s Support website.

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Don’t know which iPad you’ve got? Find out easily with our guide to model numbers and other clues

Which iPad have I got? It was just called ‘iPad’ in the shop.

This might seem like an odd question, but Apple has almost always played down the ‘version number’ side of things with its iPad line of tablets; only the iPad 2, iPad mini 3 and 4 and the iPad Air 2 have widely advertised numbers – the others have tended to be called just iPad, or ‘iPad with Retina display’.

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These iPhone SCAMs are latest attempt to steal your bank details, here’s how to avoid it.

Losing your smartphone is already bad news.But this new scam preys upon those who have been victim of theft, or who have misplaced their Apple iPhone. In a post on medium, Joonas Kiminki of Hackernoon described how he was singled out for the elaborate iPhone scam after his Apple smartphone was stolen from his car, through a broken window. Mr. Kiminki immediately marked the device as lost, and asked the Find My iPhone send an email if the phone was found. He later received an email with the news that his iPhone had been found. Mr. Kiminki was asked to follow a link in the email and login with his iCloud account details to see the location on his phone.

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Recently, Apple has removed iCloud Activation Lock status tool from website, so users could not check activation status with IMEI number or serial number. More details about this news, please clickApple Removes iCloud Activation Lock Status Tool From Website. The only way to check lock status is to check on their own iPhone. However, many users don’t know how to check icloud activation lock status hands-on.


Please confirm your network on your iDevice, then head to Settings → iCloud → Find My iPhone, and check the status.


As the following picture shown, this iDevice’s activation lock is on. Users need to enter Apple ID account and password to turn on“Find My iPhone”on a new iDevice or an erased iDevice. If “Find My iPhone” is off or iCloud is not logged in, it means that this iDevice’s iCloud activation lock status is off.

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