An Apple Watch still has a model number that allows its identification, it also has a serial number of its own.
Having this information can be useful in some cases, such as to check the status of the warranty of your watch, or to avoid any scam when purchasing from particular to particular.
In this article, we’ve put together 5 tips to effectively identify an Apple Watch.
Identify your Apple Watch through the model number .
The most simple and basic to identify a Apple Watch is to refer to the model number. To do this :
Launch the application Watch on your iOS.
Go to the tab for My shows.
Go to General and then click Information.
Tap on the option Model and retrieve the user id “AXXXX”.
Once the number is found, refer to the list given below to determine the model of your Apple Watch.
Generation Apple Watch
Apple Watch Series 1 (38mm/42mm)
Apple Watch Series 2 (38mm/42mm)
Apple Watch (1st generation) (38mm/42mm)
Apple Watch Series 3 GPS (38mm/42mm)
Apple Watch Series 3, GPS + Cellular (38mm/42mm)
Apple Watch Series 4 GPS (40mm/44mm)
Apple Watch Series 4 GPS + Cellular (40mm/44mm)
Apple Watch Series 5 GPS (40mm/44mm)
Apple Watch Series 5 GPS + Cellular (40mm/44mm)
Identify your Apple Watch via its display.
In addition to the model number, the screen of your Apple Watch can be a good way to identify it.
The Series 1 displays a screen OLED Retina with Force Touch, 450 nits.
The Series 2 and 3 are equipped with an OLED screen Retina second generation with the Force of the Touch at 1000 nits, which makes them 2 times as bright.
The Apple Watch Series 4 and 5 feature a screen 30 % larger than the previous versions. They are both equipped with a dial of 40 or 44 mm, compared to 38 or 44 mm for the first 3 Series.
Identify your Apple Watch via its battery .
The Series 1 is equipped with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery and a charging cable magnetic. This is also the case of the Series 2, 3 (GPS and GPS + Cellular), 4 and 5 ; however, they have in addition a USB adapter.
Identify your Apple Watch ‘ via its storage capacity .
The Series 1, 2, and 3 GPS devices have a storage capacity of 8 Gb, of Series 3, GPS + and 4 is 16 Gb. For the Series 5, it is 32 Gb, which is double the 4.
To check the storage capacity of your Apple Watch :
Launch the application Watch on your iOS .
Go to the tab on My watch .
Go to General and then click Information .
Tap on the option Capacity .
Identify your Apple Watch through its connectivity .
It is only possible to connect to the 4G with the latest models Apple Watch, in other words, the Series 3 GPS+, 4 and 5.