What iPad Do I Have?
Knowing how to tell which iPad do I have is the easiest way to book a repair on our website, purchase accessories that match your device and research technical faults.
Common older iPad issues
One of the most common issues that can arise is when older versions of the iPadOS no longer support an app. Perhaps the software updates for your iPad model have been stopped by Apple. On the flip side, it could be an issue with the App itself. To be sure, you need to identify the iPad model.
However, a great number of iPads look almost identical, making it even more difficult to tell. Furthermore, there are very few distinct features that identify specific models.
How do I tell what iPad model do I have?
The best way to identify which iPad you own is to go into the settings menu and select “about”.
This menu will provide you with an extensive list of all kinds of information that is related to your specific device, such as the name, serial number and model number.
In this specific example we have an iPad 7th Generation, highlighted below.
From here you would be able to easily book a repair though our website, or research any faults or issues that you have with the tablet.
What can you do if the iPad won’t power on?
Perhaps the iPad screen is broken or it won’t charge up. So, what can you do? If you can’t power the device on and access this settings menu then there are other options available.
On the rear side of the device on the lower portion there is a fair bit of text with the trademark protection details of Apple. There are, however, other useful pieces of information for the user. The most beneficial piece of information is the A-Number.
The A-number is a small four-digit code that is unique to all Apple devices. The code starts with A and looks like this.
Using this number you can quickly identify, which model of iPad you own using the table below.
Apple iPad Model finder
iPad Model Name
iPad Model Number
A2068, A2230, A2228, A2231
A2013, A1934, A1980, A1979
A1701, A1709, A1852
A1673, A1674, A1675
A2069, A2032, A2229
A2014, A1895, A1876, A1983
A1670, A1671, A1821
A2123, A2152, A2153, A2154
A1474, A1475, A1476
A2126, A2124, A2125, A2133
A1489, A1490, A1491
A2200, A2198, A2232
A1395, A1396, A1397
What model of iPad do I have conclusion
It’s easy to find out what iPad you have once you have consulted our table. You can then subsequently book a repair with ease or purchase a case that will perfectly match your device.