How To Check Serial Number On Mac

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How To Check Serial Number On Mac

 

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The site you are viewing requires JavaScriptThen use the identifier tolocate your MacBookProbelowSameday fitting is available for most items, contact us for detailsEveryMac.com, and the author thereof, shall not be held responsible or liable, under any circumstances, for any damages resulting from the use or inability to use the information withinWe offer all of our upgrade services, and most of our repair services too.Copyright Apple Inc.Results will appear here.EveryMac.com supports these identifiers: Order Number (Example: MA970B/A, MB467LL/A, or MD093E/A)Model Number (Example: A1278 or M8493)EMC Number (Example: 2254 or 380B)Model Identifier (Example: MacBook5,1)Serial Number (Example: W88401231AX or C02CG123DC79)Intel processor number (Example: P8600 or 4980HQ)Need more help? See Mac Identification & iPod, iPhone & iPad Identification.Interested in using EveryMac.com's Lookup functionality for your website or business? EveryMac.com offers an affordable EveryMac Lookup APISelect Hardware on the left side of the window, then find the model name and serial number on the right: If you can't use About This Mac or System Information because yourMac doesn't finish starting up, look for a serial number or model name on theoutside of your Mac, or onits original packaging, receipt, or invoice

 

This tool is also available on its own page, with a list of all Model IDs hereYou can also use your computer's model identifier to get more informationmacos terminal hardware command-line serial-number shareimprove this question edited Feb 13 '14 at 19:23 asked Feb 13 '12 at 18:49 bmikef 125k41227486 add a comment 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 37 down vote accepted The systemprofiler command is perhaps the best tool for the job (assuming you are on 10.3 or newer), but you can also use ioreg for the taskOn the surface of your MacBook ProClose your MacBook Pro and turn it over56% of people found this helpfulThe procedure does vary slightly between different versions of OSX - for more info about locating your serial number please see here.You can also launch System Profiler directly, it is located in Applications>Utilities (that is inside the "Utilities" folder that is inside your "Applications" folder)

 

If necessary, get help from anApple service provider near youMost high reputation users would comment on my answer, but we can't expect a new user with 1 rep to do that, now can we :-) –bmikef Feb 13 '14 at 19:29 show 1 more comment Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up using Email and Password Post as a guest Name Email Post as a guest Name Email discard By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of serviceAll rights reservedJoin them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the top How can I find the serial number on a mac programmatically from the terminal? up vote 25 down vote favorite 10 What command can I use to retrieve the system's serial number from the unix command line? As uname will output some information about the software and hardware, I would like to retrieve the serial number from a command to use in a script.Still need help? 2649f623a1

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