What iPhone Model Do I Have? Find Your iPhone Model

Many iPhone models look alike. Sure, if you are tech-savvy, you might know about the differences by seeing the camera style, antenna lines, dimensions, etc. But what about general folks! Well, if you are someone who has trouble knowing what iPhone model do you have or which one you are about to buy second hand, here’s an easier way to find out. Let me guide you through the process of identifying various iPhone models.

How Can I Find Out Which iPhone Model I Have?

Identify the iPhone model number using the steps below and confirm it with the list at the end of this post.

Use the Settings App

  1. Turn on the iPhone and open the Settings app.
  2. Tap on General and tap on About.open settings tap on general and then tap on about on iphone
  3. Tap on Model Number. You will see a number starting with ‘A.’ This is your iPhone’s model number.Tap on Model Number to Identify iPhone Model

Look Inside the Sim Slot

On newer iPhones (8 and later), the model number is etched inside the SIM slot. The tiny alphabets are tough to read. Make sure you have a flashlight or a second mobile phone with a torch.

  1. Use the ejector to take out the SIM tray. Put it safely aside.
  2. Now, point the flashlight inside the SIM slot. You will see the tiny text on the upper edge of the slot.

Look Inside Sim Slot of iPhone

See the Back of the iPhone

On older iPhones (7 and earlier), the model number is written at the back of the device. It is easily visible.

  1. Remove any case, cover, skin, or opaque protector from the back of your iPhone.
  2. In the lower back, you will see the model number. It starts with the alphabet ‘A.’

See Back of Older iPhone to Identify Model

Full List of iPhones with their Corresponding Model Number

Once you know the model number (after following one of the above methods), match that number with the list below to identify which iPhone you have.

iPhone SE (2nd generation)

  • A2275 (Canada, United States)
  • A2298 (China mainland)
  • A2296 (other countries and regions)

iPhone 11 Pro Max

  • A2161 (Canada, United States)
  • A2220 (China mainland, Hong Kong, Macao)
  • A2218 (other countries and regions)

iPhone 11 Pro

  • A2160 (Canada, United States)
  • A2217 (China mainland, Hong Kong, Macao)
  • A2215 (other countries and regions)

iPhone 11

  • A2111 (Canada, United States)
  • A2223 (China mainland, Hong Kong, Macao)
  • A2221 (other countries and regions)

iPhone XS Max

  • A1921, A2101
  • A2102 (Japan)
  • A2103
  • A2104 (China mainland)

iPhone XS

  • A1920, A2097
  • A2098 (Japan)
  • A2099
  • A2100 (China mainland)

iPhone XR

  • A1984, A2105
  • A2106 (Japan)
  • A2107
  • A2108 (China mainland)

iPhone X

  • A1865, A1901
  • A1902 (Japan)

iPhone 8 Plus

  • A1864, A1897
  • A1898 (Japan)

iPhone 8

  • A1863, A1905
  • A1906 (Japan)

iPhone 7 Plus

  • A1661, A1784
  • A1785 (Japan)

iPhone 7

  • A1660, A1778
  • A1779 (Japan)

iPhone 6s Plus

  • A1634, A1687, A1699

iPhone 6s

  • A1633, A1688, A1700

iPhone SE (1st generation)

  • A1723, A1662, A1724

iPhone 6 Plus

  • A1522, A1524, A1593

iPhone 6

  • A1549, A1586, A1589

iPhone 5s

  • A1453, A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530, A1533

iPhone 5c

  • A1456, A1507, A1516, A1529, A1532

iPhone 5

  • A1428, A1429, A1442

iPhone 4s

  • A1431, A1387

iPhone 4

  • A1349, A1332

iPhone 3GS

  • A1325, A1303

iPhone 3G

  • A1324, A1241

iPhone (The 1st iPhone)

  • A1203

Signing Off

This is how you can know what iPhone do you have. Once you know this, it becomes easier to learn more about the device and its specific features.

I hope this short guide was helpful, and it answered your query successfully. If you have additional questions, please ask via the comments section below.

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I have been an Apple user for over seven years now. At iGeeksBlog, I love creating how-tos and troubleshooting guides that help people do more with their iPhone, iPad, Mac, AirPods, and Apple Watch. In my free time, I like to watch stand up comedy videos, tech documentaries, news debates, and political speeches.

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