Get rid of iPhone, iPad or iPod touch passcode to get access to your device if you forgot the password. Work with such locking methods as screen passcode, pattern, Touch ID, Face ID and Apple ID and unlock devices in various conditions, even with a broken screen.
In order to prevent others from accessing our iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, we often set a password, Touch ID or Face ID to lock the screen. However, sometimes we set a complex password that we forget, which is a common issue for iPhone users. If the wrong passcode is entered incorrectly six times in a row, a message will appear on the screen saying "Your iPhone is disabled, try again in 1 minute", indicating that your iPhone is locked. Additionally, your iPhone might get stuck on a black screen with a spinning wheel, or the touch screen may not be responsive.