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How to find out which Apple Watch you have

With few design tweaks over the years, it can be hard to know which series you're wearing.
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Published onDecember 29, 2023

The quickest way to find out which Apple Watch you have is to flip it over. Your device should have a series, color, size, and material engraved on the back. If your smartwatch is too worn or dirty to read, follow the steps below to locate your model number.

  • On your paired iPhone, open the Watch app.
  • From the My Watch tab, tap General, then tap About.
  • Locate the Model field. Here, you will see your part number listed beginning with the letter “M.” Tap that field, and it will change to your model number beginning with the letter “A.”

Once you locate your model number, compare it to the list below to identify which Apple Watch you have.

Apple Watch model numbers

  • Series 9 (GPS)
    • A2978: 41mm
    • A2980: 45mm
  • Series 9 (GPS + Cellular)
    • A2982: 41mm North America/Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A2983: 41mm China mainland
    • A2984: 45mm North America/Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A2985: 45mm China mainland
  • Ultra 2
    • A2986: North America/Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A2687: China mainland
  • Ultra
    • A2622: North America
    • A2684: Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A2859: China mainland
  • Series 8 (GPS)
    • A2770: 41mm
    • A2771: 45mm
  • Series 8 (GPS + Cellular)
    • A2772: 41mm North America
    • A2773: 41mm Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A2857: 41mm China mainland
    • A2774: 45mm North America
    • A2775: 45mm Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A2858: 45mm China mainland
  • SE 2022 (GPS)
    • A2722: 40mm
    • A2723: 44mm
  • SE 2022 (GPS + Cellular)
    • A2726: 40mm North America
    • A2725: 40mm Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A2855: 40mm China mainland
    • A2727: 44mm North America
    • A2724: 44mm Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A2856: 44mm China mainland
  • Series 7 (GPS)
    • A2473: 41mm
    • A2474: 45mm
  • Series 7 (GPS + Cellular)
    • A2475: 41mm North America
    • A2476: 41mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
    • A2477: 45mm North America
    • A2478: 45mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
  • Series 6 (GPS)
    • A2291: 40mm
    • A2292: 44mm
  • Series 6 (GPS + Cellular)
    • A2293: 40mm North America
    • A2375: 40mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
    • A2294: 44mm North America
    • A2376: 44mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
  • SE (GPS)
    • A2351: 40mm
    • A2352: 44mm
  • SE (GPS + Cellular)
    • A2353: 40mm North America
    • A2355: 40mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
    • A2354: 44mm North America
    • A2356: 44mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
  • Series 5 (GPS)
    • A2092: 40mm
    • A2093: 44mm
  • Series 5 (GPS + Cellular)
    • A2094: 40mm North America
    • A2156: 40mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
    • A2095: 44mm North America
    • A2157: 44mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
  • Series 4 (GPS)
    • A1977: 40mm
    • A1978:44mm
  • Series 4 (GPS + Cellular)
    • A1975: 40mm North America
    • A2007: 40mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
    • A1976: 44mm North America
    • A2008: 44mm Europe/Asia Pacific/China mainland
  • Series 3 (GPS)
    • A1858: 38mm
    • A1859: 42mm
  • Series 3 (GPS + Cellular)
    • A1860: 38mm Americas
    • A1889: 38mm Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A1890: 38mm China mainland
    • A1861: 42mm Americas
    • A1891: 42mm Europe/Asia Pacific
    • A1892: 42mm China mainland
  • Series 2
    • A1757: 38mm
    • A1758: 42mm
  • Series 1
    • A1802: 38mm
    • A1803: 42mm
  • Apple Watch (1st generation)
    • A1553: 38mm
    • A1554: 42mm

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