How do I find the IMEI and ICCID of my iPhone?
Once you've connected your iPhone to your Mac, open the Finder app and select your iPhone or cellular iPad from the sidebar. Go to the General tab and locate your device. For iPhones, click Phone Number under your device name to view the IMEI number. For iPads, click the Serial Number to view the IMEI and ICCID numbers.
Do I need to know my phone's IMEI number?
You usually have no reason to know your phone's IMEI number and can safely ignore its existence. Generally, the only reason you'll ever need to know your IMEI number is if you want to unlock your iPhone from a specific carrier to use it with a different service provider.
How do I record the IMEI number of my Device?
If you want to record the IMEI number error-free, tap and hold the IMEI number for a second or two until you see the Copy bubble appear. Tap "Copy" and you can paste the number into another app. The IMEI number is available in Settings on the About page, where you can copy and paste it into another app.
Can I use the IMEI/MEID instead of the serial number?
If you need support but you can't view the Settings menu, you can use the IMEI/MEID instead of the serial number: On these devices, find the serial number and IMEI/MEID on the SIM tray: If you have an original iPhone, find the serial number and IMEI engraved on the back.