When we suffered from a problem on our mobile phones we did the usual web search to find the solution. Website after site had advice – almost all of which was wrong or didn’t work. This was very frustrating as we just wanted to troubleshoot this issue and get our iPhones fixed. Then we found iChimp.
A very useful website with lots of tips and advice. Not only did it fix our problem it also pointed out several other things we could do in order to make sure our devices worked properly.
In my case, I used them to help to do an iPhone unlock and fix an annoying issue with my email inbox. Both had very simple to follow instructions with an unbelievably thorough explanation of how things worked. It was very well balanced – not so complex to confuse but enough detail to allow you to understand how it worked.
I learned loads about my Apple devices.
They specialize in different methods to unlock smartphones. These methods solve different issues so you need to find out the kind of problem you have before you finally decide on the best way of unlocking it.
These methods of unlocking smartphones have some drawbacks in case there is a failure in the unlocking process. Therefore, you need to be careful with the kind of method you choose to apply in unlocking your iPhone.
Sounds complicated but iChimp make it very easy to understand.
They also deal with issues related to hardware and software. So if you need a replacement screen or have water damage then they explain exactly what to do. They also have really useful articles about how to free up space on your iPhone (or iPad) which helped me after a run out space due to my large photo gallery!
There was also good background information – it helped me when I was thinking of buying a used iPhone. Luckily I realized I should get the IMEI code from the seller to check it wasn’t blocked, locked or stolen. this check made me comfortable buying my replacement handset knowing it would work properly.
So if you are looking for good tips or advice for your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch – especially if you want to do an iCloud bypass – I would recommend iChimp. A really good website with well-written content that is useful. And best of all it is completely free!