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    HDBOX FULLY ACTIVATED WITH IPHONE & EFI MAC iCLOUD & CHROMEBOOK ACTIVATIONS


 
Standalone device for iPad iCloud and iPhone password bruteforce with iOS 7, 8, 11 and lately added support for Chromebook. HD box comes fully activated with 5 activations: Android, Universal Box, EFI & iCloud for Mac computers, iPhone, iPhone 7 unlock. New unlock product in stock

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APPLE EFI2.9E - ISP SPI ADAPTER FOR HDBOX FOR iCLOUD PASSWORD UNLOCKING APPLE EFI2.9E - ISP SPI ADAPTER FOR HDBOX FOR iCLOUD PASSWORD UNLOCKING
ISP adapter for HD Box used for Apple Mac iCloud password unlocking

 







Description of HD box


Standalone device for iPad iCloud and iPhone password bruteforce with iOS 7, 8 and lately added support for iOS 10.3.3 and iOS 11. It comes fully activated with 5 activations: Android, Universal Box, EFI & iCloud for Mac computers, iPhone, iPhone 7 / 7 Plus unlock.

HDBOX, or by its full name - Heavy Duty Box - it’s a forensic tool designed with GSM technician special needs in mind. Because of this our focus was on providing a list of features that will make every day use much more easy. For example, our hardware is driver-less, very little custom cables are required, can work great even without computer, and in the extreme case where something goes wrong, there is also safe mode implemented into it.




Main HDbox features


  1. Driverless
    Driver-less means that you can be move HDBox from computer to computer with no problem and only one driver that you will actually required to use HDBox it is mass storage driver. Mass storage drives comes already with windows starting with windows XP and requires no user interaction to install it. Just plug the box into computer, wait a moment until windows finish installing an instance of the driver, then it is ready to use. Next time when connecting same box to same computer it is instant, even if you switch usb ports where you connect HDBox to the computer.
  2. Minimal custom cables
    At this moment, the only custom cable used by HDBox it's the light sensor cable required by the iPhone user code unlock process; and all other cables being used are standard cables available all through the industry and finding spares wont be an issue.
  3. Standalone
    Ability of the tool to maintain its functionality even without a computer it is a must have feature. In order to support this, HDBox, features full color display, a natural sounding speaker, and minimal set of physical buttons which allow to do any action required by any HDBox apps.
  4. Safe mode
    For the extreme case when HDBox encounters an software issue and cannot function properly, we have implemented safe mode, which can be trigged only on reset by holding down confirm button. In this mode box only loads an minimal version of our operating system, and it is in a sense similar to recovery mode on other devices. To exit safe mode, you must either perform an update of the firmware or simply restart HDBox.



HDBox features


  1. iPhone, iPad and iPod:
    1. Recover usercode on IPhone / IPad,
    2. Kicks iphone / ipad out of “Iphone Disabled” ( IOS7.x only) ,
    3. Kicks iphone / ipad out of “Connect to itunes” (Recovery mode loop)
    4. Tip: if your phone shows on screen the red logo (DFU mode), simply connect to box and press and hold power & home button together for about 10 seconds, and your phone should reboot out of DFU mode (Phone's firmware must be intact for this to work, or else it will boot back up in DFU mode)
    5. No time wasted with our AutoSave, your progress on current its saved automatically so that you wont lose any time even if accidents happen


    Starting with Iphone APP 3.0 you can use HDBOX to unlock IPhone 7 / IPhone 7 plus running IOS10.3.x and latest.IOS11.

    To unlock the phone first thing is to prepare the phone for the unlock procedure. The prepation is a flash that switch from version 10.x to version 11 ( Not 11.0.2 ) or from version 11.x to version 10.3.3, and this flash had to be done while “Keeping user data” to activate the unlimited unlock screen using the flashing tool from http://www.3u.com. The screen will be white and ask you to “Tap to recover data”.

    But from Friday 6-Oct-2017 apple stopped signing IOS10.3.3 and IOS11, so no more phone preparation are possible. If the phone was prepared with IOS10.3.3 or IOS11 before that date, then unlocking can proceed with no problems.Read our official statement

    Here is the setup guide for prepared phones:
    1. Start IPhone 3.x on your HDBOX, and also connect sensor cable to HDBOX,
    2. Connect an iphone to HDBOX Usb Host port, after detection you can verify that IOS version is 10.3.3 or 11 ( Not working on 11.0.2) and that phone screen is white and is saying “Tap to recovery data”,
    3. Now on HDBOX press enter and start the setup process, first step is to choose 4 or 6 digits depending on what phone pin code is,
    4. Enter a starting pin ( either 4 or 6 digit ) and select a mode (+ is incremental, 0000, 0001, 0002, – is reverse, 0000, 9999, 9998 )
    5. Select Pin Type for IOS10.3.3 & IOS11 select “IOS11 Codes” and press enter to move to next stage,
    6. If Iphone7 Is activated for your HDBOX now you set your sensor delta ( how sensitive the sensor should be ) and detection type ( 20% is a safe setting in most casses ),
    7. If Iphone7 Is not activated for your HDBOX then you are prompted with a new screen where you have to enter the 8 hex digit code to activated iphone 7 , something like : AF12-3456,
    8. After setup process is complete, place the sensor on the screen of the phone ( good position will be to the right or left of the pad ZERO from the pin entering code screen.
    9. Now you are ready, press confirm and the process will start, box will test if phone is ready ( screen should flash a couple times, then enter a code, and phone will go white screen and saying “Attempting recovering data” when the recovery data is done, if the result is good then phone will be unlock and have a colorful screen, and if not it will white and HDBOX will test if ready again and enter next code, and so on, until the right code is found.


  2. Apple computers ( AirMac, MacBook, MacBookPro, iMac):

      Via Time Attempts mode (depends on mac models & EFI version)
    1. Finds EFI password for any mac
    2. Finds iCloud Lock for any mac
    3. Instantly iCloud Lock, EFI Password for any mac if you choose to hardcore and open them
      Via SPI mode (using our SPI adapter + connectors)
    4. Show/recover firmware password for 2011 and early MACs
    5. Removes firmware password instant
    6. Removes icloud firmware/password password
    7. Fix intel management engine problems
    8. See connector location and direction using HDBOX manager
      Note: T2 Chip macbooks not supported via SPI method atm




  3. Supported Macbook devices and versions

      MacBook Air
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 2.2 13” (Early 2015) 2.2 GHz Core i7 (I7-5650U) March 9, 2015 Model A1466 EMC 2925
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.8 13” (2015/2017*) 1.8 GHz Core i5 (I5-5350U) June 5, 2017 Model A1466 EMC 2925
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.6 13” (Early 2015) 1.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-5250U) March 9, 2015 Model A1466 EMC 2925
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 2.2 11” (Early 2015) 2.2 GHz Core i7 (I7-5650U) March 9, 2015 Model A1465 EMC 2924
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.6 11” (Early 2015) 1.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-5250U) March 9, 2015 Model A1465 EMC 2924
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 1.7 13” (Early 2014) 1.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-4650U) April 29, 2014 Model A1466 EMC 2632
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.4 13” (Early 2014) 1.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-4260U) April 29, 2014 Model A1466 EMC 2632
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 1.7 11” (Early 2014) 1.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-4650U) April 29, 2014 Model A1465 EMC 2631
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.4 11” (Early 2014) 1.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-4260U) April 29, 2014 Model A1465 EMC 2631
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 1.7 13” (Mid-2013) 1.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-4650U) June 10, 2013 Model A1466 EMC 2632
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.3 13” (Mid-2013) 1.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-4250U) June 10, 2013 Model A1466 EMC 2632
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 1.7 11” (Mid-2013) 1.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-4650U) June 10, 2013 Model A1465 EMC 2631
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.3 11” (Mid-2013) 1.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-4250U) June 10, 2013 Model A1465 EMC 2631
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 2.0 13” (Mid-2012) 2.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-3667U) June 11, 2012 Model A1466 EMC 2559
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.8 13” (Mid-2012) 1.8 GHz Core i5 (I5-3427U) June 11, 2012 Model A1466 EMC 2559
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.7 13” (Edu Only) 1.7 GHz Core i5 (I5-3317U) September 12, 2012 Model A1466 EMC 2559
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 2.0 11” (Mid-2012) 2.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-3667U) June 11, 2012 Model A1465 EMC 2558
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.7 11” (Mid-2012) 1.7 GHz Core i5 (I5-3317U) June 11, 2012 Model A1465 EMC 2558
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.6 13” (Edu Only) 1.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-2467M) February 10, 2012 Model A1369 EMC 2469
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 1.8 13” (Mid-2011) 1.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-2677M) July 20, 2011 Model A1369 EMC 2469
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.7 13” (Mid-2011) 1.7 GHz Core i5 (I5-2557M) July 20, 2011 Model A1369 EMC 2469
    • MacBook Air “Core i7″ 1.8 11” (Mid-2011) 1.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-2677M) July 20, 2011 Model A1370 EMC 2471
    • MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.6 11” (Mid-2011) 1.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-2467M) July 20, 2011 Model A1370 EMC 2471
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 2.13 13″ (Late ’10) 2.13 GHz Core 2 Duo (SL9600) October 20, 2010 Model A1369 EMC 2392
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.86 13″ (Late ’10) 1.86 GHz Core 2 Duo (SL9400) October 20, 2010 Model A1369 EMC 2392
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.6 11″ (Late ’10) 1.6 GHz Core 2 Duo (SU9600) October 20, 2010 Model A1370 EMC 2393
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.4 11″ (Late ’10) 1.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (SU9400) October 20, 2010 Model A1370 EMC 2393
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 2.13 13″ (Mid-09) 2.13 GHz Core 2 Duo (SL9600) June 8, 2009 Model A1304 EMC 2334
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.86 13″ (Mid-09) 1.86 GHz Core 2 Duo (SL9400) June 8, 2009 Model A1304 EMC 2334
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.86 13″ (NVIDIA) 1.86 GHz Core 2 Duo (SL9400) October 14, 2008 Model A1304 EMC 2253
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.6 13″ (NVIDIA) 1.6 GHz Core 2 Duo (SL9300) October 14, 2008 Model A1304 EMC 2253
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.8 13″ (Original) 1.8 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7700) January 15, 2008 Model A1237 EMC 2142
    • MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.6 13″ (Original) 1.6 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7500) January 15, 2008 Model A1237 EMC 2142


      MacBook Pro
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 3.1 15” Touch/Mid-2017 3.1 GHz Core i7 (I7-7920HQ) June 5, 2017 A1707 EMC 3162
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.9 15” Touch/Mid-2017 2.9 GHz Core i7 (I7-7820HQ) June 5, 2017 A1707 EMC 3162
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 15” Touch/Mid-2017 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-7700HQ) June 5, 2017 A1707 EMC 3162
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 3.5 13” Touch/Mid-2017 3.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-7567U) June 5, 2017 A1706 EMC 3163
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 3.3 13” Touch/Mid-2017 3.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-7287U) June 5, 2017 A1706 EMC 3163
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 3.1 13” Touch/Mid-2017 3.1 GHz Core i5 (I5-7267U) June 5, 2017 A1706 EMC 3163
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.5 13” Mid-2017 2.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-7660U) June 5, 2017 A1708 EMC 3164
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.3 13” Mid-2017 2.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-7360U) June 5, 2017 A1708 EMC 3164
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.9 15” Touch/Late 2016 2.9 GHz Core i7 (I7-6920HQ) October 27, 2016* A1707 EMC 3072
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.7 15” Touch/Late 2016 2.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-6820HQ) October 27, 2016* A1707 EMC 3072
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.6 15” Touch/Late 2016 2.6 GHz Core i7 (I7-6700HQ) October 27, 2016* A1707 EMC 3072
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 3.3 13” Touch/Late 2016 3.3 GHz Core i7 (I7-6567U) October 27, 2016* A1706 EMC 3071
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 3.1 13” Touch/Late 2016 3.1 GHz Core i5 (I5-6287U) October 27, 2016* A1706 EMC 3071
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.9 13” Touch/Late 2016 2.9 GHz Core i5 (I5-6267U) October 27, 2016* A1706 EMC 3071
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.4 13” Late 2016 2.4 GHz Core i7 (I7-6660U) October 27, 2016 A1708 EMC 2978
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.0 13” Late 2016 2.0 GHz Core i5 (I5-6360U) October 27, 2016 A1708 EMC 2978
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 15” Mid-2015 (DG) 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-4980HQ) May 19, 2015 A1398 EMC 2910
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.5 15” Mid-2015 (DG) 2.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-4870HQ) May 19, 2015 A1398 EMC 2910
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 15” Mid-2015 (IG) 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-4980HQ) May 19, 2015 A1398 EMC 2909
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.5 15” Mid-2015 (IG) 2.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-4870HQ) May 19, 2015 A1398 EMC 2909
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.2 15” Mid-2015 (IG) 2.2 GHz Core i7 (I7-4770HQ) May 19, 2015 A1398 EMC 2909
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 3.1 13” Early 2015 3.1 GHz Core i7 (I7-5557U) March 9, 2015 A1502 EMC 2835
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.9 13” Early 2015 2.9 GHz Core i5 (I5-5287U) March 9, 2015 A1502 EMC 2835
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.7 13” Early 2015 2.7 GHz Core i5 (I5-5257U) March 9, 2015 A1502 EMC 2835
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 15” Mid-2014 (DG) 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-4980HQ) July 29, 2014 A1398 EMC 2881
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.5 15” Mid-2014 (DG) 2.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-4870HQ) July 29, 2014 A1398 EMC 2881
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 15” Mid-2014 (IG) 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-4980HQ) July 29, 2014 A1398 EMC 2876
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.5 15” Mid-2014 (IG) 2.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-4870HQ) July 29, 2014 A1398 EMC 2876
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.2 15” Mid-2014 (IG) 2.2 GHz Core i7 (I7-4770HQ) July 29, 2014 A1398 EMC 2876
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 3.0 13” Mid-2014 3.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-4578U) July 29, 2014 A1502 EMC 2875
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.8 13” Mid-2014 2.8 GHz Core i5 (I5-4308U) July 29, 2014 A1502 EMC 2875
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.6 13” Mid-2014 2.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-4278U) July 29, 2014 A1502 EMC 2875
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.6 15” Late 2013 (DG) 2.6 GHz Core i7 (I7-4960HQ) October 22, 2013 A1398 EMC 2745
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.3 15” Late 2013 (DG) 2.3 GHz Core i7 (I7-4850HQ) October 22, 2013 A1398 EMC 2745
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.6 15” Late 2013 (IG) 2.6 GHz Core i7 (I7-4960HQ) October 22, 2013 A1398 EMC 2674
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.3 15” Late 2013 (IG) 2.3 GHz Core i7 (I7-4850HQ) October 22, 2013 A1398 EMC 2674
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.0 15” Late 2013 (IG) 2.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-4750HQ) October 22, 2013 A1398 EMC 2674
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 13” Late 2013 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-4558U) October 22, 2013 A1502 EMC 2678
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.6 13” Late 2013 2.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-4288U) October 22, 2013 A1502 EMC 2678
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.4 13” Late 2013 2.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-4258U) October 22, 2013 A1502 EMC 2678
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 15” Early 2013 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-3840QM) February 13, 2013 A1398 EMC 2673
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.7 15” Early 2013 2.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-3740QM) February 13, 2013 A1398 EMC 2673
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.4 15” Early 2013 2.4 GHz Core i7 (I7-3635QM) February 13, 2013 A1398 EMC 2673
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 3.0 13” Early 2013 3.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-3540M) February 13, 2013 A1425 EMC 2672
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.6 13” Early 2013 2.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-3230M) February 13, 2013 A1425 EMC 2672
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.9 13” Retina 2012 2.9 GHz Core i7 (I7-3520M) October 23, 2012 A1425 EMC 2557
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.5 13” Retina 2012 2.5 GHz Core i5 (I5-3210M) October 23, 2012 A1425 EMC 2557
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.7 15” Retina 2012 2.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-3820QM) June 11, 2012 A1398 EMC 2512
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.6 15” Retina 2012 2.6 GHz Core i7 (I7-3720QM) June 11, 2012 A1398 EMC 2512
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.3 15” Retina 2012 2.3 GHz Core i7 (I7-3615QM) June 11, 2012 A1398 EMC 2512
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.7 15” Mid-2012 2.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-3820QM) June 11, 2012 A1286 EMC 2556*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.6 15” Mid-2012 2.6 GHz Core i7 (I7-3720QM) June 11, 2012 A1286 EMC 2556*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.3 15” Mid-2012 2.3 GHz Core i7 (I7-3615QM) June 11, 2012 A1286 EMC 2556*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.9 13” Mid-2012 2.9 GHz Core i7 (I7-3520M) June 11, 2012 A1278 EMC 2554*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.5 13” Mid-2012 2.5 GHz Core i5 (I5-3210M) June 11, 2012 A1278 EMC 2554*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.5 17” Late 2011 2.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-2860QM) October 24, 2011 A1297 EMC 2564*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.4 17” Late 2011 2.4 GHz Core i7 (I7-2760QM) October 24, 2011 A1297 EMC 2564*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.5 15” Late 2011 2.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-2860QM) October 24, 2011 A1286 EMC 2563*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.4 15” Late 2011 2.4 GHz Core i7 (I7-2760QM) October 24, 2011 A1286 EMC 2563*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.2 15” Late 2011 2.2 GHz Core i7 (I7-2675QM) October 24, 2011 A1286 EMC 2563*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 13” Late 2011 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-2640M) October 24, 2011 A1278 EMC 2555*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.4 13” Late 2011 2.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-2435M) October 24, 2011 A1278 EMC 2555*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.3 17” Early 2011 2.3 GHz Core i7 (I7-2820QM) February 24, 2011 A1297 EMC 2352-1*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.2 17” Early 2011 2.2 GHz Core i7 (I7-2720QM) February 24, 2011 A1297 EMC 2352-1*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.3 15” Early 2011 2.3 GHz Core i7 (I7-2820QM) February 24, 2011 A1286 EMC 2353-1*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.2 15” Early 2011 2.2 GHz Core i7 (I7-2720QM) February 24, 2011 A1286 EMC 2353-1*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.0 15” Early 2011 2.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-2635QM) February 24, 2011 A1286 EMC 2353-1*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.7 13” Early 2011 2.7 GHz Core i7 (I7-2620M) February 24, 2011 A1278 EMC 2419*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.3 13” Early 2011 2.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-2415M) February 24, 2011 A1278 EMC 2419*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 17” Mid-2010 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-640M) October 20, 2010 A1297 EMC 2352*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.66 17” Mid-2010 2.66 GHz Core i7 (I7-620M) April 13, 2010 A1297 EMC 2352*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.53 17” Mid-2010 2.53 GHz Core i5 (I5-540M) April 13, 2010 A1297 EMC 2352*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.8 15” Mid-2010 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-640M) October 20, 2010 A1286 EMC 2353*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.66 15” Mid-2010 2.66 GHz Core i7 (I7-620M) April 13, 2010 A1286 EMC 2353*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.53 15” Mid-2010 2.53 GHz Core i5 (I5-540M) April 13, 2010 A1286 EMC 2353*
    • MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.4 15” Mid-2010 2.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-520M) April 13, 2010 A1286 EMC 2353*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.66 13″ Mid-2010 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8800) April 13, 2010 A1278 EMC 2351*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 13″ Mid-2010 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8600) April 13, 2010 A1278 EMC 2351*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 3.06 17″ Mid-2009 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9900) June 8, 2009 A1297 EMC 2329*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.8 17″ Mid-2009 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9600) June 8, 2009 A1297 EMC 2329*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 3.06 15″ (SD) 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9900) June 8, 2009 A1286 EMC 2325*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.8 15″ (SD) 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9600) June 8, 2009 A1286 EMC 2325*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.66 15″ (SD) 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8800) June 8, 2009 A1286 EMC 2325*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.53 15″ (SD) 2.53 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8700) June 8, 2009 A1286 EMC 2324*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.53 13″ (SD/FW) 2.53 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8700) June 8, 2009 A1278 EMC 2326*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.26 13″ (SD/FW) 2.26 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7550*) June 8, 2009 A1278 EMC 2326*
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.93 15″ (Unibody) 2.93 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9800) March 3, 2009 A1286 EMC 2255
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.66 15″ (Unibody) 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9550) March 3, 2009 A1286 EMC 2255
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.93 17″ (Unibody) 2.93 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9800) January 6, 2009 A1297 EMC 2272
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.66 17″ (Unibody) 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9550) January 6, 2009 A1297 EMC 2272
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.8 15″ (Unibody) 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9600) October 14, 2008 A1286 EMC 2255
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.53 15″ (Unibody) 2.53 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9400) October 14, 2008 A1286 EMC 2255
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 15″ (Unibody) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8600) October 14, 2008 A1286 EMC 2255
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.6 17″ (08) 2.6 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9500) February 26, 2008* A1261 EMC 2199
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.5 17″ (08) 2.5 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9300) February 26, 2008* A1261 EMC 2199
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.6 15″ (08) 2.6 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9500) February 26, 2008 A1260 EMC 2198
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.5 15″ (08) 2.5 GHz Core 2 Duo (T9300) February 26, 2008 A1260 EMC 2198
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 15″ (08) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (T8300) February 26, 2008 A1260 EMC 2198
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.6 17″ (SR) 2.6 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7800) November 1, 2007 A1229 EMC 2137
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 17″ (SR) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7700) June 5, 2007 A1229 EMC 2137
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.6 15″ (SR) 2.6 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7800) November 1, 2007 A1226 EMC 2136
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 15″ (SR) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7700) June 5, 2007 A1226 EMC 2136
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.2 15″ (SR) 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7500) June 5, 2007 A1226 EMC 2136
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.33 17″ 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7600) October 24, 2006 A1212 EMC N/A
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.33 15″ 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7600) October 24, 2006 A1211 EMC 2120
    • MacBook Pro “Core 2 Duo” 2.16 15″ 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7400) October 24, 2006 A1211 EMC 2120
    • MacBook Pro “Core Duo” 2.16 17″ 2.16 GHz Core Duo (T2600) April 24, 2006 A1151 EMC 2102
    • MacBook Pro “Core Duo” 2.16 15″ 2.16 GHz Core Duo (T2600) February 14, 2006* A1150 EMC 2101
    • MacBook Pro “Core Duo” 2.0 15″ 2.0 GHz Core Duo (T2500) February 14, 2006 A1150 EMC 2101
    • MacBook Pro “Core Duo” 1.83 15″ 1.83 GHz Core Duo (T2400) January 10, 2006 A1150 EMC 2101
    • MacBook Pro “Core Duo” 1.67 15″ 1.67 GHz Core Duo (L2400) January 10, 2006* A1150 EMC 2101


      MacBook
    • MacBook “Core i7″ 1.4 12” (Mid-2017) 1.4 GHz Core i7 (I7-7Y75) June 5, 2017 A1534 EMC 3099
    • MacBook “Core i5″ 1.3 12” (Mid-2017) 1.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-7Y54) June 5, 2017 A1534 EMC 3099
    • MacBook “Core m3″ 1.2 12” (Mid-2017) 1.2 GHz Core m3 (M3-7Y32) June 5, 2017 A1534 EMC 3099
    • MacBook “Core m7″ 1.3 12” (Early 2016) 1.3 GHz Core m7 (M7-6Y75) April 19, 2016 A1534 EMC 2991
    • MacBook “Core m5″ 1.2 12” (Early 2016) 1.2 GHz Core m5 (M5-6Y54) April 19, 2016 A1534 EMC 2991
    • MacBook “Core m3″ 1.1 12” (Early 2016) 1.1 GHz Core m3 (M3-6Y30) April 19, 2016 A1534 EMC 2991
    • MacBook “Core M” 1.3 12″ (Early 2015) 1.3 GHz Core M (M-5Y71) March 9, 2015* A1534 EMC 2746
    • MacBook “Core M” 1.2 12″ (Early 2015) 1.2 GHz Core M (M-5Y51) March 9, 2015* A1534 EMC 2746
    • MacBook “Core M” 1.1 12″ (Early 2015) 1.1 GHz Core M (M-5Y31) March 9, 2015* A1534 EMC 2746
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 13″ (Mid-2010) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8600) May 18, 2010 A1342 EMC 2395*
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.26 13″ (Uni/Late 09) 2.26 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7550) October 20, 2009 A1342 EMC 2350*
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.13 13″ (White-09) 2.13 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7450) May 27, 2009 A1181 EMC 2330
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 13″ (White-09) 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7350) January 20, 2009 A1181 EMC 2300
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 13″ (Unibody) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8600) October 14, 2008 A1278 EMC 2254
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 13″ (Unibody) 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7350) October 14, 2008 A1278 EMC 2254
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 13″ (Black-08) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (T8300) February 26, 2008 A1181 EMC 2242
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 13″ (White-08) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (T8300) February 26, 2008 A1181 EMC 2242
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.1 13″ (White-08) 2.1 GHz Core 2 Duo (T8100) February 26, 2008* A1181 EMC 2242
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.2 13″ (Black-SR) 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7500) November 1, 2007 A1181 EMC 2200
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.2 13″ (White-SR) 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7500) November 1, 2007 A1181 EMC 2200
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 13″ (White-SR) 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7300) November 1, 2007 A1181 EMC 2200
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.16 13″ (Black) 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7400) May 15, 2007 A1181 EMC 2139
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.16 13″ (White) 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7400) May 15, 2007 A1181 EMC 2139
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 13″ (White/07) 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7200) May 15, 2007 A1181 EMC 2139
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 13″ (Black) 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7200) November 8, 2006 A1181 EMC 2121
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 13″ (White/06) 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7200) November 8, 2006 A1181 EMC 2121
    • MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 1.83 13″ 1.83 GHz Core 2 Duo (T5600) November 8, 2006 A1181 EMC 2121
    • MacBook “Core Duo” 2.0 13″ (Black) 2.0 GHz Core Duo (T2500) May 16, 2006 A1181 EMC 2092
    • MacBook “Core Duo” 2.0 13″ (White) 2.0 GHz Core Duo (T2500) May 16, 2006 A1181 EMC 2092
    • MacBook “Core Duo” 1.83 13″ 1.83 GHz Core Duo (T2400) May 16, 2006 A1181 EMC 2092


      iMac Pro
    • iMac Pro “18-Core” 2.3 27-Inch (5K, Late 2017) 2.3 GHz 18-Core Xeon W-2195* December 14, 2017* A1862* EMC 3144*
    • iMac Pro “14-Core” 2.5 27-Inch (5K, Late 2017) 2.5 GHz 14-Core Xeon W-2175* December 14, 2017* A1862* EMC 3144*
    • iMac Pro “10-Core” 3.0 27-Inch (5K, Late 2017) 3.0 GHz 10-Core Xeon W-2155* December 14, 2017* A1862* EMC 3144*
    • iMac Pro “8-Core” 3.2 27-Inch (5K, Late 2017) 3.2 GHz 8-Core Xeon W-2145* December 14, 2017* A1862* EMC 3144*


      iMac Pro
    • iMac “Core i7” 4.2 27-Inch (5K, Mid-2017) 4.2 GHz Core i7 (I7-7700K) June 5, 2017 A1419 EMC 3070
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.8 27-Inch (5K, Mid-2017) 3.8 GHz Core i5 (I5-7600K) June 5, 2017 A1419 EMC 3070
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.5 27-Inch (5K, Mid-2017) 3.5 GHz Core i5 (I5-7600) June 5, 2017 A1419 EMC 3070
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.4 27-Inch (5K, Mid-2017) 3.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-7500) June 5, 2017 A1419 EMC 3070
    • iMac “Core i7” 3.6 21.5-Inch (4K, Mid-2017) 3.6 GHz Core i7 (I7-7700) June 5, 2017 A1418 EMC 3069
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.4 21.5-Inch (4K, Mid-2017) 3.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-7500) June 5, 2017 A1418 EMC 3069
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.0 21.5-Inch (4K, Mid-2017) 3.0 GHz Core i5 (I5-7400) June 5, 2017 A1418 EMC 3069
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.3 21.5-Inch (Mid-2017) 2.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-7360U) June 5, 2017 A1418 EMC 3068
    • iMac “Core i7” 4.0 27-Inch (5K, Late 2015) 4.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-6700K) October 13, 2015 A1419 EMC 2834
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.3 27-Inch (5K, Late 2015) 3.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-6600) October 13, 2015 A1419 EMC 2834
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.2 27-Inch (5K, Late 2015) 3.2 GHz Core i5 (I5-6500) October 13, 2015 A1419 EMC 2834
    • iMac “Core i7” 3.3 21.5-Inch (4K, Late 2015) 3.3 GHz Core i7 (I7-5775R) October 13, 2015 A1418 EMC 2833
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.1 21.5-Inch (4K, Late 2015) 3.1 GHz Core i5 (I5-5675R) October 13, 2015 A1418 EMC 2833
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.8 21.5-Inch (Late 2015) 2.8 GHz Core i5 (I5-5575R) October 13, 2015 A1418 EMC 2889
    • iMac “Core i5” 1.6 21.5-Inch (Late 2015) 1.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-5250U) October 13, 2015 A1418 EMC 2889
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.3 27-Inch (5K, Mid-2015) 3.3 GHz Core i5 (I5-4590) May 19, 2015 A1419 EMC 2806
    • iMac “Core i7” 4.0 27-Inch (5K, Late 2014) 4.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-4790K) October 16, 2014* A1419 EMC 2806
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.5 27-Inch (5K, Late 2014) 3.5 GHz Core i5 (I5-4690) October 16, 2014* A1419 EMC 2806
    • iMac “Core i5” 1.4 21.5-Inch (Mid-2014) 1.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-4260U) June 18, 2014 A1418 EMC 2805
    • iMac “Core i7” 3.5 27-Inch (Late 2013) 3.5 GHz Core i7 (I7-4771) September 24, 2013 A1419 EMC 2639
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.4 27-Inch (Late 2013) 3.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-4670) September 24, 2013 A1419 EMC 2639
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.2 27-Inch (Late 2013) 3.2 GHz Core i5 (I5-4570) September 24, 2013 A1419 EMC 2639
    • iMac “Core i7” 3.1 21.5-Inch (Late 2013) 3.1 GHz Core i7 (I7-4770S) September 24, 2013 A1418 EMC 2742
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.9 21.5-Inch (Late 2013) 2.9 GHz Core i5 (I5-4570S) September 24, 2013 A1418 EMC 2742
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.7 21.5-Inch (Late 2013) 2.7 GHz Core i5 (I5-4570R) September 24, 2013 A1418 EMC 2638
    • iMac “Core i3” 3.3 21.5-Inch (Early 2013) 3.3 GHz Core i3 (I3-3225) March 5, 2013 A1418 EMC 2545
    • iMac “Core i7” 3.4 27-Inch (Late 2012) 3.4 GHz Core i7 (I7-3770) October 23, 2012 A1419 EMC 2546
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.2 27-Inch (Late 2012) 3.2 GHz Core i5 (I5-3470) October 23, 2012 A1419 EMC 2546
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.9 27-Inch (Late 2012) 2.9 GHz Core i5 (I5-3470S) October 23, 2012 A1419 EMC 2546
    • iMac “Core i7” 3.1 21.5-Inch (Late 2012) 3.1 GHz Core i7 (I7-3770S) October 23, 2012 A1418 EMC 2544
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.9 21.5-Inch (Late 2012) 2.9 GHz Core i5 (I5-3470S) October 23, 2012 A1418 EMC 2544
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.7 21.5-Inch (Late 2012) 2.7 GHz Core i5 (I5-3330S) October 23, 2012 A1418 EMC 2544
    • iMac “Core i3” 3.1 21.5-Inch (Late 2011) 3.1 GHz Core i3 (I3-2100) August 8, 2011 A1311 EMC 2496
    • iMac “Core i7” 3.4 27-Inch (Mid-2011) 3.4 GHz Core i7 (I7-2600) May 3, 2011 A1312 EMC 2429
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.1 27-Inch (Mid-2011) 3.1 GHz Core i5 (I5-2400) May 3, 2011 A1312 EMC 2429
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.7 27-Inch (Mid-2011) 2.7 GHz Core i5 (I5-2500S) May 3, 2011 A1312 EMC 2429
    • iMac “Core i7” 2.8 21.5-Inch (Mid-2011) 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-2600S) May 3, 2011 A1311 EMC 2428
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.7 21.5-Inch (Mid-2011) 2.7 GHz Core i5 (I5-2500S) May 3, 2011 A1311 EMC 2428
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.5 21.5-Inch (Mid-2011) 2.5 GHz Core i5 (I5-2400S) May 3, 2011 A1311 EMC 2428
    • iMac “Core i7” 2.93 27-Inch (Mid-2010) 2.93 GHz Core i7 (I7-870) July 27, 2010 A1312 EMC 2390
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.6 27-Inch (Mid-2010) 3.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-680) July 27, 2010 A1312 EMC 2390
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.8 27-Inch (Mid-2010) 2.8 GHz Core i5 (I5-760) July 27, 2010 A1312 EMC 2390
    • iMac “Core i3” 3.2 27-Inch (Mid-2010) 3.2 GHz Core i3 (I3-550) July 27, 2010 A1312 EMC 2390
    • iMac “Core i5” 3.6 21.5-Inch (Mid-2010) 3.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-680) July 27, 2010 A1311 EMC 2389
    • iMac “Core i3” 3.2 21.5-Inch (Mid-2010) 3.2 GHz Core i3 (I3-550) July 27, 2010 A1311 EMC 2389
    • iMac “Core i3” 3.06 21.5-Inch (Mid-2010) 3.06 GHz Core i3 (I3-540) July 27, 2010 A1311 EMC 2389
    • iMac “Core i7” 2.8 27-Inch (Late 2009) 2.8 GHz Core i7 (I7-860) October 20, 2009 A1312 EMC 2374
    • iMac “Core i5” 2.66 27-Inch (Late 2009) 2.66 GHz Core i5 (I5-750) October 20, 2009 A1312 EMC 2374
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 3.33 27-Inch (Late 2009) 3.33 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8600) October 20, 2009 A1312 EMC 2309
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 3.06 27-Inch (Late 2009) 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo (E7600) October 20, 2009 A1312 EMC 2309
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 3.33 21.5-Inch (Late 2009) 3.33 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8600) October 20, 2009 A1311 EMC 2308
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 3.06 21.5-Inch (Late 2009) 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo (E7600) October 20, 2009 A1311 EMC 2308
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.26 20-Inch (Mid-2009) 2.26 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7550) March 4, 2010* A1224 EMC 2316
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 20-Inch (Mid-2009) 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (P7350) April 7, 2009 A1224 EMC 2266
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 3.06 24-Inch (Early 2009) 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8435) March 3, 2009 A1225 EMC 2267/2134*
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.93 24-Inch (Early 2009) 2.93 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8335) March 3, 2009 A1225 EMC 2267
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.66 24-Inch (Early 2009) 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8135) March 3, 2009 A1225 EMC 2267
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.66 20-Inch (Early 2009) 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8135) March 3, 2009 A1224 EMC 2266
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 3.06 24-Inch (Early 2008) 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8435) April 28, 2008 A1225 EMC 2211
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.8 24-Inch (Early 2008) 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8235) April 28, 2008 A1225 EMC 2211
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.66 20-Inch (Early 2008) 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8335) April 28, 2008 A1224 EMC 2210
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 20-Inch (Early 2008) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (E8135) April 28, 2008 A1224 EMC 2210
    • iMac “Core 2 Extreme” 2.8 24-Inch (Al) 2.8 GHz Core 2 Extreme* (X7900) August 7, 2007 A1225 EMC 2134
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 24-Inch (Al) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7700) August 7, 2007 A1225 EMC 2134
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 20-Inch (Al) 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7700) August 7, 2007 A1224 EMC 2133
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 20-Inch (Al) 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7300) August 7, 2007 A1224 EMC 2133
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.33 24-Inch 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7600) September 6, 2006 A1200 EMC 2111
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.16 24-Inch 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7400) September 6, 2006 A1200 EMC 2111
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.33 20-Inch 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7600) September 6, 2006 A1207 EMC 2118
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.16 20-Inch 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7400) September 6, 2006 A1207 EMC 2118
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.16 17-Inch 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7400) September 6, 2006 A1208 EMC 2114
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 2.0 17-Inch 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7200) September 6, 2006 A1208 EMC 2114
    • iMac “Core 2 Duo” 1.83 17-Inch (IG) 1.83 GHz Core 2 Duo (T5600) September 6, 2006 A1195 EMC 2124
    • iMac “Core Duo” 1.83 17-Inch (IG) 1.83 GHz Core Duo (T2400) July 5, 2006 A1195 EMC 2110
    • iMac “Core Duo” 2.0 20-Inch 2.0 GHz Core Duo (T2500) January 10, 2006 A1174 EMC 2105
    • iMac “Core Duo” 1.83 17-Inch 1.83 GHz Core Duo (T2400) January 10, 2006 A1173 EMC 2104


      Mac Pro
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.7 (Late 2013) 2.7 GHz 12 Core Xeon E5-2697v2 October 22, 2013* A1481 EMC 2630
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.0 (Late 2013) 3.0 GHz 8 Core Xeon E5-1680v2 October 22, 2013* A1481 EMC 2630
    • Mac Pro “Six Core” 3.5 (Late 2013) 3.5 GHz 6 Core Xeon E5-1650v2 October 22, 2013* A1481 EMC 2630
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 3.7 (Late 2013) 3.7 GHz Q. Core Xeon E5-1620v2 October 22, 2013* A1481 EMC 2630
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 3.06 (Server 2012) 3.06 GHz 6 Core Xeon X5675 x2 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.66 (Server 2012) 2.66 GHz 6 Core Xeon X5650 x2 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.4 (Server 2012) 2.4 GHz 6 Core Xeon E5645 x2 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Six Core” 3.33 (Server 2012) 3.33 GHz 6 Core Xeon W3680 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 3.2 (Server 2012) 3.2 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3565 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 3.06 (2012/Westmere) 3.06 GHz 6 Core Xeon X5675 x2 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.66 (2012/Westmere) 2.66 GHz 6 Core Xeon X5650 x2 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.4 (2012/Westmere) 2.4 GHz 6 Core Xeon E5645 x2 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Six Core” 3.33 (2012/Westmere) 3.33 GHz 6 Core Xeon W3680 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 3.2 (2012/Nehalem) 3.2 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3565 June 11, 2012 A1289 EMC 2629
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.93 (Server 2010) 2.93 GHz 6 Core Xeon X5670 x2 November 5, 2010 A1289 EMC 2314-2
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.66 (Server 2010) 2.66 GHz 6 Core Xeon X5650 x2 November 5, 2010 A1289 EMC 2314-2
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.4 (Server 2010) 2.4 GHz Q. Core Xeon E5620 x2 November 5, 2010 A1289 EMC 2314-2
    • Mac Pro “Six Core” 3.33 (Server 2010) 3.33 GHz 6 Core Xeon W3680 November 5, 2010 A1289 EMC 2314-2
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 3.2 (Server 2010) 3.2 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3565 November 5, 2010 A1289 EMC 2314-2
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.8 (Server 2010) 2.8 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3530 November 5, 2010 A1289 EMC 2314-2
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.93 (2010/Westmere) 2.93 GHz 6 Core Xeon X5670 x2 July 27, 2010* A1289 EMC 2314-2*
    • Mac Pro “Twelve Core” 2.66 (2010/Westmere) 2.66 GHz 6 Core Xeon X5650 x2 July 27, 2010* A1289 EMC 2314-2*
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.4 (2010/Westmere) 2.4 GHz Q. Core Xeon E5620 x2 July 27, 2010* A1289 EMC 2314-2*
    • Mac Pro “Six Core” 3.33 (2010/Westmere) 3.33 GHz 6 Core Xeon W3680 July 27, 2010* A1289 EMC 2314-2*
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 3.2 (2010/Nehalem) 3.2 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3565 July 27, 2010* A1289 EMC 2314-2*
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.8 (2010/Nehalem) 2.8 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3530 July 27, 2010* A1289 EMC 2314-2*
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.93 (2009/Nehalem) 2.93 GHz Q. Core Xeon X5570 x2 March 3, 2009 A1289 EMC 2314
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.66 (2009/Nehalem) 2.66 GHz Q. Core Xeon X5550 x2 March 3, 2009 A1289 EMC 2314
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.26 (2009/Nehalem) 2.26 GHz Q. Core Xeon E5520 x2 March 3, 2009 A1289 EMC 2314
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 3.33 (2009/Nehalem) 3.33 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3580 December 4, 2009* A1289 EMC 2314
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.93 (2009/Nehalem) 2.93 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3540 March 3, 2009 A1289 EMC 2314
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.66 (2009/Nehalem) 2.66 GHz Q. Core Xeon W3520 March 3, 2009 A1289 EMC 2314
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.2 (2008) 3.2 GHz Q. Core Xeon X5482 x2 January 8, 2008 A1186 EMC 2180
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.0 (2008) 3.0 GHz Q. Core Xeon E5472 x2 January 8, 2008 A1186 EMC 2180
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.8 (2008) 2.8 GHz Q. Core Xeon E5462 x2 January 8, 2008 A1186 EMC 2180
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.8 (2008) 2.8 GHz Q. Core Xeon E5462 January 8, 2008 A1186 EMC 2180
    • Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.0 (2,1) 3.0 GHz Q. Core Xeon X5365 x2 April 4, 2007* A1186 EMC 2138
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 3.0 (Original) 3.0 GHz D. Core Xeon 5160 x2 August 7, 2006* A1186 EMC 2113
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.66 (Original) 2.66 GHz D. Core Xeon 5150 x2 August 7, 2006* A1186 EMC 2113
    • Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.0 (Original) 2.0 GHz D. Core Xeon 5130 x2 August 7, 2006* A1186 EMC 2113







  4. Chromebook computers (Samsung Chromebooks, Asus, HP, etc):
    1. Removes enrollment locks
    2. Detects Chromebook hardware ID
    3. Read / Write the content the chip
    4. Saves the images in a compressed format, saving hard drive space


    To use this feature you need to your HDBOX and ISP SPI adapter (select from the list of options) in order to connect to the chip present on the logic board. Once connection is made, the unlock procedure is simple:
    1. Connect the SPI adapter
    2. Detect the ChipID – and confirm communications are ok
    3. Read Image – will also detect and display the chromebook hardware id
    4. Strong recommended: Click Save to File to have a backup
    5. Unlock 5) Write the unlocked image back to chip – Sync mode will be faster compared with full SPI write


  5. Android Handsets:
    1. Instantly removes any pattern / pin / face / password locks if phone got unsecure ADB and ROOT
    2. Instantly removes any pattern / pin / face / password locks if phone got ADB and is Android version 4.1 to 4.4
    3. Removes any pattern / pin / password locks via bruteforce if any of the instant methods are not supported, we support even the more basic models which do not have OTG hardware on them, we support the widest range of Android phones on the market
    4. Direct control to allow you to use computer mouse and keyboard to simulate inputs on the phone, really great for broken touch handsets to get content out without having to replace the phones
    5. Android APP also includes a tool “Free mode” which allow you to use HDBox Joystick and Confirm button to move a cursor and simulate touches on android phones. Great for Android phones with broken touch screen, and can activate ADB or WIFI, and extract contacts and media without waiting or buying the space parts for the broken touch
    6. Back up pin lock
    7. Supports phones even without OTG
  6. Worry free, Fully upgradeable firmware, with shadow memory and caching, you can unplug it during update, nothing bad will ever happen
  7. Comes standard with 1 full year free support and warranty
  8. Easy To Use, Compact Size, Colorful display for notifications, Instant feedback
  9. Can work without computer, internet, logs
  10. Special attention and care paid to the power management system, in order to minimize the power consumption and extend to the maximum functionality period what could be achieved from any power banks



Usercode recovery on Apple Mac computer


  1. Power up the box, using an usb cable connected to the mac,
  2. Connect Sensor cable to RJ45,
  3. Press confirm button and Apple EFI app should start if is selected as quick-run app, if not simply press & hold enter to display the menu and select it from that menu,
  4. Make sure that the sensor cable it is placed on the display of the mac ( any location will do, best will be in the center of the screen if possible),
  5. The counter will start from 0000. If you want to change it, simply press the joystick from the side of the HDBox, and will display >0< 000, and then use the joystick to selected desired number and press it to confirm the number. Do this for all 4 digits, and at the end it will display “+” or “-“, “+” its for ascending mode, 0000, 0001, 0002, 0003 and so on, and “-” its for descending mode 0000, 9999, 9998 an so on.
  6. After selecting starting counter and operation mode for the counter, its time to select the desired operation:
    1. EFI – It is used to discover EFI password,
    2. iCloud – It is used to crack iCloud/Lost password, and its compatible with all macs, but will run slower than iCloud+,
    3. iCloud+ It is used to crack iCloud on older macs which when restarted they reset their waiting timer,

      Tip: To decide between iCloud and iCloud+ simply enter 5 codes by hand, and when mac say “Wait 30 seconds” restart it. If after restart wait-counter it is gone and you can enter another code, then you can use iCloud+, but if not, you have to use the iCloud mode.

  7. Now sit back and relax, when the code its found, you will receive a notice from the box. Tip: In case of false positives, simply press confirm button to continue the process.



Usercode recovery on Apple iPhone


  1. Power up the box, using a computer, or an USB power bank,
  2. Connect Sensor cable to RJ45, and the data cable to usb port,
  3. Press confirm button and Ihone App 2.1 app should start if is selected as quick-run app,
  4. Connect IPhone, and wait for Ready to run message, and if it is IOS8.0 or IOS8.1 connect power adaptor as well. This will prevent Iphone from entering Disabled mode,
  5. Make sure that the sensor cable it is placed on the display of the iphone ( corners are better location, it will be unaffected by “Iphone is disabled” message which could trigger a false positive ),
  6. If the iphone its first time connected to box, the counter will start from 0000. If you want to change it, simply press the joystick from the side, and will display >0< 000, and then use the joystick to selected desired number and press it to confirm the number. Do this for all 4 digits, and at the end it will display “+” or “-“, “+” its for ascending mode, 0000, 0001, 0002, 0003 and so on, and “-” its for descending mode 0000, 9999, 9998 an so on.
  7. Now sit back and relax, when the code its found, you will receive a notice from the box. Tip: In case of false positives, simply press confirm button to continue the process.



Remove enrollment lock on Chromebook


  1. Connect the SPI adapter,
  2. Detect the ChipID – and confirm communications is ok
  3. Read Image – will also detect and display the chromebook hardware ID
  4. Click Save to File to have a backup
  5. Unlock
  6. Write the unlocked image back to chip – Sync mode will be faster compared with full SPI write
  7. Prepare USB disk containing the recovery image for the hardware ID detected and restore the Chromebook.



Universal box functions of HD-Box


Supporting full range of baud rates from 300 up to 4.500.000 bps, including all the custom baud rates in between and boosting amazing 1024 bytes deep buffers ensures you an smoother than ever communication with your devices. And ofc, all this using standard windows drivers, required NFO file will be provided in support section.
  • Baud Rates: 300 to 4.500.000bps Baud Rates
  • Data Bits: 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 Data Bits
  • Parity: None / Odd / Even / Mark / Space
  • Stop Bits: 1 / 1.5 / 2 Stop Bits
  • Standard CDC implementation: YES
  • Linux Support: Standard CDC driver built-in
  • Windows Support XP/Vista/Win8: HDBox-Usb2Serial.inf

    Pinout:

    • 1 – Power ( Off, 4V, 5V )
    • 2 – Tx ( Transmit to device / phone )
    • 3 – Rx ( Receive from device / phone )
    • 7 – Gnd



Package content


  1. 1 x HDbox
  2. Software activations
    • Universal Box Activation
    • Android Activation
    • Iphone Activation
    • EFI & Mac iCloud Activation
    • iPhone 7 Activation
      Any additional activation can be selected from the list of available activations
  3. 1 x ISP Adapter (Select form the list of options)
  4. 1 x Sensor Adapter with cable
  5. 1 x Micro USB Cable
  6. 1 x 30 Pin Cable for iPhone 3G/3Gs/4/4Gs, iPad 1/2/3, iPod nano 5th/6th generations and iPod Touch 3rd/4th generations
  7. 1 x 8 Pin Cable for iPhone 5/5C/5S, iPhone 6/6Plus/6S
  8. 1 x CD with software and user manuals





 


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