As you well know, in January the Cupertino company decided to stop offering an online service that had helped many first-time users of an iPhone to make a good second-hand purchase, and that is that Apple had an automatic detection service for blocking iCloud through its own website. However, everything is put, and we have already found, thanks to the users, a method to be able to obtain the same information using other methods. So you can confirm if an iPhone is locked or not via iCloud in the easiest way and through Apple itself.
Actually, as we are going to explain it, it might seem like real bullshit, but media like UnblockBoot they have found that it is as effective as it is simple.
Firstly, what we will need is the IMEI or MEID of our iPhone or the one we want to check, we will easily find it in the box or in device information within the settings. Once we have it on hand, we will go to the Cupertino company's support website through THIS LINK.
Now we will have to choose any of the related sections, without any preference, the important thing is to keep moving forward and now you will know why. Once you provide us with the ability to "send it in for repair," we will enter the code in the text box shown in the header photo. Then, If we are facing a device that is blocked through iCloud, a warning will appear which indicates that we will not be able to send the device if it is currently locked by iCloud.
In this way, we can take a first precaution when it comes to getting a second-hand iPhone, making sure that we are not given a "jackpot".