Decode your iPad serial #

Discussion in 'iPad' started by Offshore1, May 3, 2010.

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    Offshore1

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    http://www.chipmunk.nl/klantenservice/applemodel.html

    Here is mine:

    Serial number: GB015NH7Z39 (cleaned up from 'gb015nh7z39')
    Name: iPad (WiFi)
    Group1: iPad
    Group2: WiFi
    Generation: 1
    ModelCode:
    Family name: A1219
    Screen size: 9 inch
    Screen resolution: 1024x768 pixels
    Capacity: 32GB
    Factory: GB (China (Hon Hai = Foxconn))
    Model introduced: 2010
    Production year: 2010
    Production week: 15 (April)
    Production number: 26017 (within this week)
     
  2. macrumors regular

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    and this info is helpful how?

    yep its an ipad, just as i suspected!!!
     
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    master-ceo

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    kinda like a vin # look up :cool:
     
  4. WLS
    macrumors 6502a

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    If it indicated which screen manufacturer was used that would be good intel.
     
  5. macrumors 6502

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    It was a lot more helpful then your smart-ss reply! How was your reply helpful. People like you have to go around posting stuff to make people look stupid when in reality, your only showing your own intelligence.
     
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    timdafweak

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    Serial number: AK0XXXXXX
    Name: iPad (WiFi)
    Group1: iPad
    Group2: WiFi
    Generation: 1
    ModelCode:
    Family name: A1219
    Screen size: 9 inch
    Screen resolution: 1024x768 pixels
    Capacity: 32GB
    Factory: AK Please tell us where this machine is manufactured.
    Model introduced: 2010
    Production year: 2010
    Production week: 14 (April)
    Production number: 1310 (within this week)
     
  7. macrumors regular

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    *than




    There, now I'm being helpful.
     
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    Simgar988

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    You mean *than I think
     
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    skafia

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    Hopefully they are not jacking our serial numbers :(
     
  10. macrumors 6502a

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    Mshilling, go away. Why you'd post as you have on this thread is beyond comprehension.

    OP: thanks for posting this. Here's my info (last four alphanums replaced with Xs just in case):

    Serial number: GB018BDxxxx (cleaned up from 'gb018bdxxxx')
    Group1:
    Group2:
    Generation:
    ModelCode:
    Memory - number of slots: Please tell us how many memory (RAM) slots this machine has.
    Factory: GB (China (Hon Hai = Foxconn))
    Production year: 2000
    Production week: 18 (May)
    Production number: 13170 (within this week)

    Not sure what some of it means - production year 2000?
     
  11. macrumors regular

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    lol you guys are funny. seriously, why or how is this info useful? The info on the box (16gb, 3g, apple, etc) was sufficient for me I guess. I dont care which chinese country handled my device before I got it. It may as well say Apple Store, Easton Town Center, Columbus OH to add to the already obvious information I know about the device.
     
  12. macrumors 6502

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    I just read his post history. It appears he really enjoys making rude comments on about 80% of his posts. Kinda sad if you ask me.
     
  13. macrumors regular

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    80%, is that a calculated figure or are you just assuming again?

    I am of the belief that saying what is on ones mind and being honest is much more effective than pretending to care or be something I am not for random strangers on the internet.

    Plus stirring up sh*t is much more fun than being a sheep. This forum actually makes me laugh. There are so many ridiculous things posted here I can't possibly touch on all of them. Thankfully there is also some very useful info here too, which is why I am here. The search feature works great, but I do wish they would create a filter for people talking out of their as*es
     
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    Dfndr90

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    We are in the same town, would you be such an asshat in person too?
     
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    brn2ski00

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    you two should schedule a "meet up" - talk iPad.

    side note - is it safe to be entering your serial number on a random website (other than Apple's)?! :confused:
     
  16. macrumors regular

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    Yes I would be. Want to get lunch? You don't have a yellow D90 do you? I saw one parked while playing mini-golf with the kids in Westerville this Friday late afternoon. In a previous life I had a friend with one we would go off-roading together. I pulled that thing out of some pretty hairy situations.
     
  17. macrumors regular

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    If they are foolish enough to post it here, I'd say its safe to enter it there :) Not saying its a good or bad idea, the serial number is on the back so anyone can read it.
     
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    Dfndr90

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    No I have a Arles Blue one sorry. I would love to do lunch though.
     
  19. macrumors regular

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    Ahh. thats a sweet color. I do like the looks of a D90. Too bad its a land rover :cool: just playing, ive seen them do some crazy things

    Lunch, any time.
     
  20. macrumors newbie

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    Can you tell the firmware from the serial or mfr date? Looking for a FW 3.2 iPad and NOT 3.21 (obvious reasons)
     
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    doodude

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    When you two hipsters have your lunch connection would you each post your thoughts afterward.

    Id love to know how it went... :rolleyes:


    I would think the iPad info would be very handy when we all learn that the Chinese use led based, radioactive pixie dust in some of these units & we need to track down who is going to die 1st, dont you!?
     
  22. macrumors 68040

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    Is there a way to check the repair history of a refurbished serial #? :)
     
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    h1r0ll3r

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    Serial number: DNxxxxxxxxxx
    Name: iPad 3
    Group1: iPad
    Group2: WiFi-Cellular
    Generation: 3
    Machine Model: iPad3,2
    Model introduced: 2012
    Production year: 2012
    Production week: 7 (February)
    CPU speed: 1.0GHz
    Family name: A1430
    Screen size: 9 inch
    Screen resolution: 2048x1536 pixels
    Colour: Black
    Capacity: 64GB
    Factory: DN (China, Chengdu - Foxconn)
     
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    BFizzzle

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    he didnt have to post anything to make you look stupid.
     
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    fsck-y dingo

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    I'll play,

    Serial number: DLxxxxxxxxx
    Name: iPad 3
    Model Number: A1416
    Group1: iPad
    Group2: WiFi
    Generation: 3
    Machine Model: iPad3,1
    Model introduced: 2012
    Production year: 2012
    Production week: 1 (January)
    CPU speed: 1.0GHz
    Screen size: 9 inch
    Screen resolution: 2048x1536 pixels
    Colour: Black
    Capacity: 64GB
    Factory: DL (China - Foxconn)
     

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