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With nearly two dozen iPhone models now in existence it can be confusing to some on which model iPhone they actually have. The purpose of this article is to educate and demonstrate the easiest and fastest way to identify which model iPhone you have. Link to video below.
There are several reasons you’d want to know which model iPhone you have but for the purpose of this write-up we’ll focus on knowing which model you have in order to list your device for sale. Every single company that purchases used iPhones requires you to know which model device you have. Without this information they cannot even begin the process of making an offer to buy your iPhone. This is common sense as it’s pretty obvious the newer your iPhone is the more money it’s going to be worth.
Nevertheless, more information is still required for an accurate price quote. The leading iPhone buyback websites require the following information about iPhone and all other mobile phones they are willing to purchase:
1.) The make of your device. (i.e. Apple, Samsung, Google, etc)
2.) The model of your device (i.e. iPhone 11, Galaxy s10, Pixel 3a, etc)
3.) The carrier of your device (i.e. AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, etc)
4.) The capacity or Storage of your device (i.e. 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, etc)
5.) The condition of your device (i.e. Does the device power on?, Is your device fully functional?, Are there scratches or cracks anywhere on the device?, etc)
How do you find all of this information about your iPhone? Just follow these simple steps below:
1.) Open the “Settings” app on your iPhone
2.) Click on “General” towards the bottom of the screen you’re on (you may have to scroll down a little bit if you’re on an iPhone with a smaller screen than an iPhone X)
3.) Click on “About” at the very top of the screen
The “About” screen will tell you everything you’ll need to know about your iPhone including, but not limited to, the model name, model number, serial number, capacity/storage, IMEI number, and even information about AppleCare and AppleCare+ if you have purchased either of these protection plans for your iPhone.