There are lots of reasons why you might need to identify which Macbook you have. Perhaps you are planning to sell a used Macbook and you want find out it’s value or you are wondering if you should update the operating system and want to be sure that the latest version of macOS won’t break your computer.
Alternatively, you are going to buy some accessories for your device such as Comfyable sleeves but you don't know which size you should choose. Now, In this article we will help you find out the model number and age of your Macbook.
How to tell which type of Mac you have
- Tap the Apple symbol in the upper left corner of your Mac.
- This will raise a drop-down menu. Pick the best choice: About This Mac.
- The subsequent window detail what kind of Mac it is, e.g. Macbook air (13-inch, Mid 2012)
- On your MacBook, go to the Apple menu (upper-left corner) > About this Mac.
- In the window that pops up, you'll see a serial number. Highlight it and copy it.
- Head to Apple's Check Coverage page and paste the serial number. Hit Continue, and you'll see the model, along with details about what support services are still covered.
- If you don't have your product or it won't turn on, you can find your product's serial number at the bottom of your Macbook.
For model number:
You can also check the model number at the bottom of your Macbook and choose the correct size according to the product description.