A model number is typically written on the base or underneath most Apple products. The model number often starts with a “A” and then has 4 digits after it. A MacBook Pro model number from 2020 might be A2338, for instance. Additionally, you may locate the serial number there, which typically starts with a “C,” “F,” or perhaps even a “D” or “W,” followed by 9-11 characters.
In the image above, the model number is A1990, which corresponds to a 15-inch MacBook Pro from 2018 or 2019, and the serial number, which starts with “C02…
The easiest way to get a hold of your device number is to check the box. The model and serial information is also written on the original box of your Apple device if you still have it.
On iMacs and the majority of recent Mac Pros, the model and serial information is inscribed on the bottom of the stand. To access the information, you would need to put the gadget on its side on a flat surface. Please do not attempt to obtain the information if handling the device proves to be challenging because we do not want to further damage the item.
You can find the information from “About This Mac” under the Apple Menu if the device is turning on. You just need to log in by entering your password.
3. Click on About This Mac
If you either of the above given methods is not possible, you can try the following ways to know your device serial number.
You can examine your iPhone’s serial number under iCloud > Devices if you have an Apple iPhone and are logged into both the iPhone and the Mac with your iCloud account.
Only if you have logged into the iCloud account on that Mac, you can always sign into your iCloud account at https://icloud.com and get the serial number from the list of devices you have.
You can also find you device’s information on the receipt or any sort of documentation if you’ve visited the Apple store or have resorted to their online support.