Apple Mac Serial Number Lookup
Enter your Mac's Serial Number (Macs released from 2020 and earlier only), Part Number, Model Identifier, Model Number or EMC Number. You can find your serial number on a sticker on your Mac, or by looking on the window that comes up by going Apple Menu > About This Mac. And you can also locate your Mac with our Model ID picker.
You can also search by keyword (name, date, processor, etc.)
Valid searches are as follows:
- Serial number: this is an 11 or 12 digit alphanumeric code. This tool only works with serial numbers from Mac models introduced in 2020 or earlier.
- Keyword: you can search for Macs by entering keywords like their name, date etc. as well as including the specific identifiers listed below. This is an 'and' type search - all keywords must be present to match to a result.
- Part Number: This is usually a 9 digit code with the last 2 characters being "/A". Older Macs sometimes do not have the last 2 or 4 characters, or occasionally end in "/B". "Build to Order" Macs (those which have certain customisations made at the time of purchase) do not have a Part Number. Example: MYDA2LL/A.
- Model Number: Usually a 5 character code in the format AXXXX, where the Xs are numerals. Some very old Macs have a Model Number that starts with an "M" rather than "A". Example: A2338
- Model Identifier: In the format MacNameX,Y where the X and Y are numbers. Example: MacBookPro17,1
- EMC Number: Usually a 4 digit code, though in a few cases there are additional characters. Example: 3578
- macOS Version: Finds all Macs that can run this operating system. Either the version number (Example: 10.15 or: 10.13.2) or the name (example: Big Sur).
As an alternative, you can find your Mac on our Help Me Find My Mac page.