Find out which iPad model you have.

  1. Turn your iPad over.
  2. On the back, near the bottom, the Model Number will be printed in tiny letters.
  3. Reference the model numbers below to determine your iPad version:
  • iPad 1: A1219 or A1337
  • iPad 2: A1395, A1396 or A1397
  • iPad 3: A1416, A1430 or A1403
  • iPad 4: A1458, A1459 or A1460
  • iPad Air: A1474 or A1475 (Wi-Fi) or A1476 (Wi-Fi + Cellular)
  • iPad Air 2: A1566 (Wi-Fi) or A1567
  • iPad Pro 9.7:&160; A1673 (Wi-Fi) or A1674 / A1675 (Wi-Fi + Cellular)
  • iPad Pro 12.9: A1584 (Wi-Fi) or A1652 (Wi-Fi + Cellular)
  • iPad mini: A1432, A1454 or A1455
  • iPad mini with Retina: A1489 or A1490
  • iPad mini 2: A1489 (Wi-Fi)&160; or A1490 / A1491 (Wi-Fi + Cellular)
  • iPad mini 3: A1599 or A1600
  • iPad mini 4: A1538 (Wi-Fi) or A1550 (Wi-Fi + Cellular)


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