Identify your iPhone Model
Note sure which iPhone model you have? No problem!
There are two ways you can identify your iPhone model to make sure you purchase the right product for your device:
Look in Settings
If you can still use your iPhone, find the model number in settings.
Go to Settings > General > About. To the right of Model, you'll see the part number. To see the model number, tap the part number.
Look on your device
If you do not have access to your device, there are two places your model number could be noted on the device itself:
On an iPhone 7 or earlier, the model number is written on the back of the phone among the small text toward the bottom.
On an iPhone 8 or later, to find the model number, remove the SIM tray and look in the SIM tray slot. Make sure that you're in a place with bright light overhead. The model number is on the upper side—the side with the display.
Match your model number
Once you have identified your iPhone's model number, match it to one of the below listed iPhone device models:
|iPhone 6||Model: A1549 | A1586 | A1589|
|iPhone 6 Plus||Model: A1522 | A1524 | A1593|
|iPhone 6S||Model: A1633 | A1688 | A1700|
|iPhone 6S Plus||Model: A1634 | A1687 | A1699|
|iPhone 7||Model: A1660 | A1778 | A1779|
|iPhone 7 Plus||Model: A1661 | A1784 | A1785|
|iPhone 8||Model: A1863 | A1905 | A1906|
|IPhone 8 Plus||Model: A1864 | A1897 | A1898|
|iPhone X||Model: A1865 | A1901 | A1902|
|iPhone XR||Model: A1984 | A2105 | A2106|
Model: A1920 | A2097 | A2098
|iPhone XS Max||
Model: A1921 | A2101 | A2102