If you own an iPhone, there's a slight change that you locked yourself out by forgetting a freshly changed passcode or trying too many combinations in a short time, which renders the phone unusable for a while.
In the situations depicted above, you can either wait, try really hard to remember the passcode you just updated or, if all hope is gone, resort to specialized third-party software solutions such as iMyFone LockWiper to help you bypass the password.
Although the app's name might trick you into believing that you can bypass any iPhone password without any efforts, what it actually does is remove everything from your iPhone and upgrades it to the latest version of iOS.
Yes, the password also gets removed during the "unlocking" process, but many users might believe that losing everything on your device and updating to the latest iOS version is too high a price to pay.
Once you launch iMyFone LockWiper you will be notified that iTunes is required so that the program can operate as intended. However, if you already have iTunes on your computer, the program will run normally without prompting you with any requirement dialogs.
Despite the fact that its name is somewhat misleading, you'll also be informed about the risks of running this procedure in the main window. The warning lets you know that all data will be erased, the iOS will be updated to its latest firmware and that you should make sure that your iPhone has enough power to withstand all these operations.
All in all, if you have no other way of using your locked iPhone, don't care about the data that's stuck on the device and already have the latest iOS version (and prefer it that way), you can consider using iMyFone LockWiper. It won't magically make the passcode disappear, but will make your iPhone usable again.