How do you unlock an iPhone 5c?

If you own the phone and have forgotten the lock, you'll have to take it to your phone retailer with proof that you own the phone (for example a printed copy of your phone bill).

If you do not own the phone legally, you have to hand it in to the nearest iPhone/Apple retailer or the local police. Attempting to access a phone you do not own is a criminal offence. And believe it or not, "finders keepers" is actually a myth. The law states you must put in considerable effort to make sure the lost item find its way back into the hands of the owner. It's also possible that the phone has a tracking device on it, as many smartphones do nowadays, either through paid contract services or through a downloaded app.

If it's yours and you forgot the code, take it to the retailer with proof you own it.
If it's not yours, take it to the retailer or the police (or risk being traced and arrested for handling stolen/missing goods).


Take it to the retailer, a local iphone shop, with proof of ownership.

See the expert answer.

If you own the phone and have forgotten the lock, you'll have to take it to your phone retailer with proof that you own the phone (for example a printed copy of your phone bill).

If you do not own the phone legally, you have to hand it in to the nearest iPhone/Apple retailer or the local police. Attempting to access a phone you do not own is a criminal offence. And believe it or not, "finders keepers" is actually a myth. The law states you must put in considerable effort to make sure the lost item find its way back into the hands of the owner. It's also possible that the phone has a tracking device on it, as many smartphones do nowadays, either through paid contract services or through a downloaded app.

If it's yours and you forgot the code, take it to the retailer with proof you own it.
If it's not yours, take it to the retailer or the police (or risk being traced and arrested for handling stolen/missing goods).

Take it to the retailer, a local iphone shop, with proof of ownership.

See the expert answer.