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If you've forgotten the SIM card's pin number : Use a SIM PIN for your iPhone or iPad - Apple Support

Never try to guess a SIM PIN or PUK code.* The wrong guess can permanently lock your SIM card, and then you would need a new SIM card. If your device asks for a PIN or code that you don't know, here's what to do:

  1. Contact the carrier that gave you the SIM card. If you aren't sure which carrier to call, remove the SIM card and check the card for the carrier's name or logo.
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  2. Ask your carrier to help you unlock your SIM card using the default SIM PIN or PUK code.
  3. If you can't unlock your SIM card using the SIM PIN or PUK code or if an alert says, "PUK exhausted," ask for a new SIM card.

*If you enter the wrong SIM PIN too many times, your wireless carrier might be able to give you a Personal Unlocking Key (PUK).

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Mar 11, 2018 5:42 AM in response to Mehdihero In response to Mehdihero

If you've forgotten the SIM card's pin number : Use a SIM PIN for your iPhone or iPad - Apple Support

Never try to guess a SIM PIN or PUK code.* The wrong guess can permanently lock your SIM card, and then you would need a new SIM card. If your device asks for a PIN or code that you don't know, here's what to do:

  1. Contact the carrier that gave you the SIM card. If you aren't sure which carrier to call, remove the SIM card and check the card for the carrier's name or logo.
    User uploaded file
  2. Ask your carrier to help you unlock your SIM card using the default SIM PIN or PUK code.
  3. If you can't unlock your SIM card using the SIM PIN or PUK code or if an alert says, "PUK exhausted," ask for a new SIM card.

*If you enter the wrong SIM PIN too many times, your wireless carrier might be able to give you a Personal Unlocking Key (PUK).

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