Any iPhone owner uses passcode to keep their confidential information safe or to protect their vital data from getting into the wrong hands. Sometimes you may find that your iPhone won’t unlock even with the correct passcode.

This could be caused by an iOS software glitch or a new iOS upgrade etc. This is becoming a problem to iOS device users which has made Apple come up with different ways of rectifying this problem. In this article we focus on some of these methods that will make it easier for you to quickly fix this issue.

Fix iPhone Won't Unlock Using iMyFone LockWiper

iMyFone LockWiper iPhone passcode unlocker is a software that is special designed to unlock your iOS device’s screen lock in a matter of minutes. If you cannot unlock your iPhone with the correct passcode, it's a wise choice to use LockWiper to unlock your iPhone.

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LockWiper Unlock iPhone without Passcode

  • Unlock 4/6 digit passcode, Touch ID and Face ID.
  • Easily access your locked, broken or disabled iPhone.
  • Bypass screen lock from iDevice without password, only in a few clicks.
  • Remove iPhone Apple ID without knowing the password.
  • Works well with all iOS versions and devices, iPhone XS/XR and iOS 14.

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Steps to Unlock iPhone without Passcode

Step 1: Launch LockWiper, choose Unlock Screen Passcode and click Start to begin the process.

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Step 2: Connect your device and it will detect your iPhone inforamtion automatically. Check it and click Donwload.

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Step 3: After that, click Start to Extract to continue.

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Step 4: When extraction completed, click Start Unlock and confirm your choice again.

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Step 5: It will now start the unlocking process.

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Step 6: Wait a few seconds, your iPhone will be unlocked now and you can get into your iPhone again.

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Fix It with Factory Reset

There are many reasons why you would want to factory reset your iPhone. This may range from upgrading your device to the latest iOS version, erasing personal information if you are selling the phone, unreliable iPhone, reclaiming storage space or your iPhone won’t unlock. If you don't want to lose any data you need to sync or have a backup in iTunes or iCloud.

Step 1: Go to your iPhone Settings.

Step 2: Select the General tab.


Step 3: Scroll down to the Reset button. Click Erase all content and settings. You will be asked if you ‘Are sure and want to continue’ click Erase iPhone to continue.

Step 4: You can now setup your iPhone settings and restore your backup.

Restore From iTunes

If you have forgotten your passcode and your iPhone won’t unlock or your device shows a message ‘iPhone disabled’ because you have entered the wrong passcode six times, you will need to erase your device to remove the passcode. You can choose iTunes to erase your device with the following steps:

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to your synced computer. Go to iTunes. If asked for a passcode use another synced computer or use the recovery mode.

Step 2: Wait a few minutes as iTunes syncs with your device and creates a backup.

Step 3: Once your device has been synced and backed up, click on Restore (your device).


Step 4: On the Set up screen when restoring your iPhone, click Restore from iTunes backup.


Step 5: Select your device in iTunes and select the most relevant backup according to the date and size.