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How to Tell Which Apple Watch Version or Series or Model I Have (2022)

Here's a guide that explains how to tell which Apple Watch version or series or model do you have.

If you have been given an Apple Watch and you don’t know which model is it, don’t worry, as we have got you covered. On this same Apple Watch, you can easily find a model number allowing its identification, in addition to a serial number that is specific to every device. These kinds of details mostly prove useful in many cases, such as to check the warranty of your Apple Watch or simply avoid scams during a person-to-person transaction. In this guide, you will learn how to tell which Apple Watch version or series or model you have.

How to Tell Which Series or Model Is My Apple Watch (2022)

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There are many ways that you can use to find out which series or model of Apple Watch you have. For example, you can identify the smartwatch via its model number by going into the Watch app or you can identify it via its connectivity, etc. Check out the various methods to find out your smartwatch version or model below.

1. Identify Apple Watch through its Model Number

You can easily find out the model number of your Apple Watch by following the steps given below:

  • On your iPhone, you need to launch the Watch app first.
  • Then, you will come across a list of settings.
  • Here you need to open the General option.
  • Next, click on the “About” section.
  • Below you will see the “Model” option.
  • Click on “Model” and you will finally get the model number of your Apple Watch with the ID “AXXXX”.

After that, just check the list given below to find out the model of your Apple Watch corresponding to the size of the cases respectively.

Model Number of Apple Watch Apple Watch Generation Series
A1553
A1554
Apple Watch 1st Generation, 38mm
Apple Watch 1st Generation, 42mm
A1802
A1803
Series 1, 38mm
Series 1, 42mm
A1757
A1758
Series 2, 38mm
Series 2, 42mm
A1816
A1817
Series 2 Apple Watch Edition, 38mm
Series 2 Apple Watch Edition, 42mm
A1860, A1889, A1890
A1861, A1891, A1892
Series 3 GPS + Cellular, 38mm
Series 3 GPS + Cellular, 42mm
A1858
A1859
Series 3 GPS, 38mm
Series 3 GPS, 42mm
A1975, A2007
A1976, A2008
Series 4 GPS + Cellular, 40mm
Series 4 GPS + Cellular, 44mm
A1977
A1978
Series 4 GPS, 40mm
Series 4 GPS, 44mm
A2094, A2159
A2095, A2157
Series 5 GPS + Cellular, 40mm
Series 5 GPS + Cellular, 44mm
A2092
A2093
Series 5 GPS, 40mm
Series 5 GPS, 44mm
A2353, A2355
A2354, A2356
Apple Watch SE GPS + Cellular, 40mm
Apple Watch SE GPS + Cellular, 44mm
A2351
A2352
Apple Watch SE GPS, 40mm
Apple Watch SE GPS, 44mm
A2293, A2375
A2294, A2376
Series 6 GPS + Cellular, 40mm
Series 6 GPS + Cellular, 44mm
A2291
A2292
Series 6 GPS, 40mm
Series 6 GPS, 44mm
Not yet known Series 7 GPS + Cellular, 40 mm
Series 7 GPS + Cellular, 44mm
Not yet known Series 7 GPS, 40 mm
Series 7 GPS, 44mm

2. Identify Apple Watch through its Connectivity

The old models of Apple Watch will not be able to connect to 4G. However, the following Apple Watch models will be able to connect to 4G without any issues: Series 3 GPS+, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and SE.

That is all you need to know about how to tell which series or model or version is your Apple Watch. If you are looking for more Apple Watch Tips and Tricks, check out our other guides on How to Turn Off Always-On Display on Apple Watch, and How to fix Apple Watch Series 8 Stuck On Apple Logo.