How to Search Apple Specifications For iPhone, iPad and MacBook by Serial Number
For those wanting to look up information about an iPhone, iPad, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro with Retina display or iMac, there are several different ways to find technical specifications of the Apple device. The quickest way to find a summary of the Apple device is by checking the Apple Warranty Support page. This page will show when the year that the device was manufactured and when the Apple Care expires.
Another option to find the detailed technical specifications for an iPhone, iPad, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro with Retina display or iMac by checking out this page (support.apple.com/specs). Those who are looking for the original user manual of any device should visit (support.apple.com/manuals).
When looking up the detailed information of an Apple devices it may be confusing to know the type of model like a late 2004 model, early 2005 model, June 2004 model, or a different one altogether. Our recommendation is to first visit the Apple Warranty Support page, which will provide the model type of the Apple device. From there users can go to the other pages on the Apple website to find detailed technical specifications.
To find the serial number of a Mac’s serial number, go to Apple > About This Mac. Then, click twice on the line that says “Version 10.x.x” (x.x will change depending on which version of Mac OS X you have installed). For looking up the serial number on an iPhone and iPad, go to Settings > General > About > Serial Number.