Something happens around Apple. The company has only begun to recover from its Dev Center breach when a new problem appears. This time it is related to iTunes, another Apple product. Its activation servers aren’t working that good and can’t satisfy all the visitors for the couple of hours.
Customers who got their iPhone on eBay or similar platforms might experience some iTunes errors from the very beginning. Even if you buy iPhone directly from Apple you might face issues and problems. Last time I described most fixes for iPhone activation problems and now I offer you a fast look at the problem known as could not activate iPhone which comes as an iTunes error and has fix.
Sometimes users see the “after iOS 6.1 update no SIM” error which can be solved, and we know how you can fix iPhone activation problems. A lot of people waited till Apple released its public version of firmware iOS 6.1 to upgrade. At the same time many of users faced iOS 6.1 update activation problems and got upset over them. There is no need to be upset. We will tell you what you can do in case you get the following message from iTunes, “There is no SIM card installed in the iPhone you are attempting to activate.”
After appearing services that provide IMEI unlock many iPhone users have problems with iPhone activation in iTunes. Also many our visitors wrote us about these issues and I try to find suggestions on how to fix them. First I wrote a guide to show how to activate iPhone after factory unlock. But there are still many users who complain on activation errors like: “We’re sorry, we are unable to continue with your activation at this time. Please try again later, or contact customer care.” After exploring this problem I noticed that users began to deal with this problem after the release of the iOS 6.1. You can read the message of unhappy user: