Go to Settings > General > About. To the right of "Model Number", you can see the Device Number (M number).
To see the the Model Number (A number) tap on the device number.
On the outside of your device
On an iPhone 8 or later, to find the Model Number (A number), remove the SIM tray and look in the SIM tray slot. Make sure that you're in a well-lit place to assist with reading. The model number is written on the side with the display.
On an iPhone 7 or earlier, an iPad, or an iPod Touch, you'll find the Model Number (A number) on the back of your device.
Where do I find the model number on my MacBook? X
On my device
Find the serial number, EMC number and model number printed on the underside of your Mac near the regulatory markings. It's also on the original packaging
next to a barcode label. EMC is the most accurate number to compare with our list as it takes into account the year of your device.
The original packaging might also show an Apple part number such as MNYF2xx/A ("xx/A" is a variable that differs by country or region and is not included on our
list so can be disregarded)."
Use System Information
Go to Apple icon > About this Mac > System Report. It will automatically be selected on the hardware tab (left side). To the right, the model name and model
identifier will be written on the first two lines."
Where do I find the model number on my Apple Watch? X
To find out what model watch you have, turn your watch on
1. Navigate to Settings > General > About
2. Next to model, it will show you the model number (A number)
3. Tap the model to see the device number (M number)
4. Compare your model number to our list
On my device
On the underside of your watch, you will see writing around the magnetic charging dome. You will be able to see the Watch series (e.g. Series 1),
the Watch size (e.g. 42mm), the Watch type (GPS or GPS+LTE) and on some devices the serial number.
When working on the inside of your 38mm Apple Watch Series 2 or Series 3 Cellular model, it is easy to cut the force touch sensor when attempting to remove the screen. Restore force touch functions while also adhering the screen to the chassis with this gasket, no need to cut and shape new adhesive to fit the frame, it is precut to size!
Installation adhesive for the two sides of the gasket is pre-attached.
This Apple Watch force touch gasket is not compatible with the 42mm version of the Series 2 or Series 3 Apple Watch
* Please note, to make searching the device number (M Number) easier, we have only listed the part numbers (First 5 characters), we have removed the region numbers as there is no difference in parts. For example, if "M Number" is "MC922LL/A". we remove the "region" portion and everything after (the "LL/A" at the end) leaving us with "MC922".
Watch the video above or checkout the step-by-step guide below for assistance in completing this repair
Here are some helpful tips to assist you in completing a safe repair on your device. If you are unsure of something or have any quesions, please feel free to contact us either by phone (0508 IGADGET) or by email
Always track your screws to avoid putting back in the wrong place and damaging your device. You can draw a picture of your watch and tape the screws to the right places or use a screw mat
Always power down your device prior to working on it
Make sure you always unplug the battery before attemping any component removal
Before removing your battery, discharge the battery to below 25%. A charged lithium-ion battery can catch fire or explode if punctured or damaged
When attempting to remove the screen, be careful not to push the blade or iFlex tool in too far or too hard, doing so may cause damage to the internal parts. Only 3mm depth is required to cut the adhesive. Draw a mark on your tool to help with depth management.
Make sure you align and place the gasket the right way up so it clips in correctly on the watch, take note of how the previous force touch was placed
When removing the battery with a pry bar, be careful not to go down too far as the display cables route underneath the battery. Measure the depth of the new battery, then on a plastic pick, measure and draw a line to assist with depth management
Make sure all residue is removed and cleaned prior to installing the new adhesive, if not done correctly the screen may seperate from the frame. We recommend cleaning the frame with isopropyl alchohol wipes
If the battery in your device is swollen or damaged during repair, take the proper precautions
What’s In The Box
1x Apple Watch Series 2 & 3 (Cellular) 38mm Force Touch Gasket and Adhesive
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