In order to keep stuff fine and protected, consistently altering the lock screen passcode is a good practice, but it might lead you to forget the new code. It is because the frequently of changing the code will make you forgotten which one was set this time. So, in such a situation of being in a pickle, the users often types the incorrect passcode in several times; and so as the safety measures, iOS puts a time bar in place before allowing you try it again.
For example, after 6 failed attempts, the iPhone will not be allowing the user to enter a passcode for the entire one minute, and this duration increases after every failure in entering the correct code disabling the device ultimately. However, if the passcode is really forgotten and there seems to be no way to get back into the device, there is a solution given below with step-by-step tutorial.
Enabling a security system is good option when it prevent burglars or hackers, but not so nice when the owner finds no way of getting access into his own property. But, since every problem has a solution, the user can is still able to access his device even after entering incorrect code after several times.
The Erase Data feature, specifically, is one of those ways that appears good when users activates it, but when end up putting incorrect passcode for eleven times consistently, it may accidentally wipe out all data on the saved on the device. So, it is better not try not more than nine times, and if you are still stuck, the suggested tutorial is here to assist you come out through this complicated situation.
Step 1: Firstly, connect the device to PC or Mac, open up iTunes, and open up device from button found on the top left.
Step 2: Choose the Backup feature which will save any data you might fear to have lost; now, click back up now button.
Step 3: The following step needed to restore the backup, sounds silly, but in this way, you are initially restoring from a backup made just moments ago; but it is this procedure that allows you back into the device you have locked yourself out of.
Note: In case you activating Find My iPhone, you will probably come across an error message at this point.
Step 4: After prompted, restore to the most recent backup made; the time and date must be comparatively close to the present one.
As soon as iTunes and your iDevice have finished their collective magic, you are enabled to chime into your disabled iPhone without too much commotion.
It is better not let you forgetting the passcode, but if it happened, the given tutorial would be of great help.