How to find your MacBook Model & Serial Number

MacBooks are renowned for their sleek design, impressive performance, and user-friendly experience. But what happens when you need to identify your MacBook model for repairs, upgrades, or compatibility checks? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! In this post, we’ll show you how to find your MacBook model numbers and guide you through the process of understanding them.

Finding Your MacBook Model Number:

The first step in identifying your MacBook is to locate the model number. Here are three ways to do that: 

1. About this mac: Click the Apple menu in the top-left corner of your screen and select “About This Mac.” A window will appear with basic information about your MacBook, including the model year.

2. Check the Bottom Case: Flip your MacBook upside down, and you’ll find a series of small text and symbols on the bottom case. The model number is typically printed there.

3. System Information: Go to “Applications > Utilities > System Information” and look under “Hardware Overview.” You’ll find the model identifier, which can be used to determine your MacBook’s specific model.

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