Hear For Mac Serial Number


You might want the model name or serial number of your Mac when checking warranty coverage, searching for specifications, creating a home inventory, selling, giving away, or trading in your Mac, or learning whether it is compatible with the latest Mac operating system or other software or hardware.

Use About This Mac

  • Check your Apple warranty status. Enter a serial number to review your eligibility for support and extended coverage.
  • Techable’s Apple Serial Number decoder was created by analyzing the serial number to provide valuable information pertaining to the Macs specs that can be used when researching. To decode any Mac serial number type the model number (i.e. A278), order number (i.e. MA255LL/A) or Apple serial number in the search field above.

To hear your Mac speak its serial number, open System Information and press Command-4. If you can’t find your serial number If your Mac isn’t starting up, try using safe mode. You can view the serial number of your Mac in About This Mac or System Information even when your Mac is started in safe mode. Hear gives you the ability to customize the sound to your preference with a 10 to 96-band equalizer audio enhancer for your Mac or PC. Once you try Hear you won’t be able to go without it. Independent Volume Control. Hear can control the volume and quality of each application independently.

From the Apple menu  in the corner of your screen, choose About This Mac. You should seel see an overview of your Mac, including its model name and serial number.

If you see a window like this, double-click the version number beneath “OS X” to show the serial number:

Use System Information


The System Information app also shows your Mac model and serial number. Animals as leaders the madness of many downloaded. Open the app, then select Hardware on the left side of the System Information window. The model name and serial number appear on the right:

Other solutions

Hear For Mac Serial Number Lookup

  • Look on the outside of your Mac, or check the original packaging, receipt, or invoice as described on the product-ID page for MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook, iMac, Mac mini, or Mac Pro.
  • Sign in to appleid.apple.com, then look for your Mac in the Devices section. If you see your Mac there, click its name to see the model name and serial number.
  • If you still need help, contact an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider.