Learn how to find the serial number of your iOS device, IMEI / MEID, CDN and ICCID.
Before you start
• There are several places to find these numbers, such as Settings, on the physical device, in iTunes or in the original packaging.
• When contacting Apple for assistance, you can use the serial number or IMEI / MEID number to identify your iOS device.
Find your serial number, IMEI / MEID or ICCID
1. Go to Settings> General> About.
2. Find the serial number of your device, IMEI / MEID and ICCID.
3. Do you want to paste this information into Apple’s registration or support forms? Touch and hold the number you want to copy.
Have you still not found the number you need? See the following sections.
Use the following link to check the status of your phone. Enter the IMEI number (15 digits) and click on (Re) search.
Please note that you can obtain your IMEI number by pressing # 06 # on your mobile phone.
Important notice for owners of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices: These devices are subject to ACCC’s product safety reminder in September 2016. As of December 2016, these devices can not connect to Australian mobile networks. All customers are urged to return these devices to the place of purchase for replacement or refund. Contact your service provider or Samsung customer service by calling 1300 362 603,
You can also get more information about the retreat here:
WARNING: this IMEI control only provides information about the phones that were informed and blocked at the time of the consultation, so it is not convincing. If the phone’s owner does not report that it was lost or stolen before purchasing, the resulting IMEI check can not identify it as a lost or stolen phone.
All buyers of used mobile phones must request proof of ownership at the time of purchase.