FAQ :: General Question
Any other way to check country of purchase?
You can check it our website by apple serial number check you can finding in what country your device was purchased.
How can I find out By Model Number for which country my phone was made?
You can find the model number in settings->general->about - Model number.
For example we have this Model number MGJV3LL/A, so you need to see the last character in our case it’s LL - this means that device was made for the United States.

Here is a list of most popular model codes:

A - Canada

AB - Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt

B - UK and Ireland

BG - Bulgaria

BR - Brazil


BZ - Brazil

C - Canada

CH - China

CI - Paraguay

CM - Hungary, Croatia

CR - Croatia

CS - Slovakia, the Czech Republic

CN - Slovakia

CZ - Czech Republic

D, DM - Germany

DN - Austria, Germany, Netherlands

E - Mexico

EE - Estonia

EL - Estonia, Latvia

ER - Ireland

ET - Estonia

F - France

FB - France, Luxembourg

FD - Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland

FS - Finland

GB - Greece

GH - Hungary

GP - Portugal

GR - Greece

HB - Israel

HC - Hungary, Bulgaria

IN - India

IP - Italy

J, JP - Japan

IP - Portugal, Italy

ID - Indonesia

K - Sweden

KH - South Korea, China

KN - Denmark and Norway

KS - Finland and Sweden

LA - Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, El Salvador, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Panama, Puerto Rico

LE - Argentina


LP - Poland

LT - Lithuania

LV - Latvia

LZ - Paraguay, Chile and Uruguay

MG - Hungary

MM - Montenegro, Albania and Macedonia

MY - Malaysia

ND - Netherlands

NF - Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Portugal

PK - Poland, Finland

PL, PM - Poland

PO - Portugal

PP - Philippines

PY - Spain

QB - Russia

QN - Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Norway

QL - Spain, Italy, Portugal

RO - Romania

RP - Russia

RR - Russia, Moldova

RS, RU - Russia

RM - Russia, Kazakhstan

RK - Kazakhstan

SE - Serbia

SL - Slovakia

SO - South Africa

SU - Ukraine

T - Italy

TA - Taiwan

TH - Thailand

TU - Turkey

TY - Italy

VN - Vietnam

X - Australia, New Zealand

Y - Spain

ZA - Singapore

ZD - Luxembourg, Austria, Belgium, Monaco, Germany, France, Netherlands, Switzerland

ZG - Denmark

ZO - United Kingdom

ZP - Hong Kong and Macau

ZQ - Jamaica
How to Determine if iPhone is New, Refurbished, Replacement, or Personalized
You can decode the device model prefix to find out the what device do you have (for some iPad it's also work), here's how:
Open the “Settings” on the iPhone
Go to “General” and then go to “About”
Find “Model” and then read the model number next to that text, it will look something like this “MGJV3LL/A”, the first letter will tell you what device do you have: New, Refurbished, Replacement or Personalized:

M – this is a retail model.

F – this device was refurbished by Apple.

N - this is a Replacement device, meaning the original device was replaced by Apple or Apple Authorised Service Center.

P – This is also a retail model but was customised for a customer, with an engraving on the phone.
What is IMEI?
IMEI uses all phone brands that support GSM signals. IMEI is used to indicate your device in operator networks. If you lose your device or someone stole it, by imei you can report to police and to your network so they can add your imei to a blacklist base. Also via IMEI you can apple check warranty on our website, or iCloud status check and iphone imei number check .
What is a Model Number?
You can find the model number in settings->general->about - Model number.
Where can I find IMEI or Serial number?
IMEI or Serial number is always written on the phone box or you can find it in settings->general->about.
A More easy way to find imei it's dial up *#06#.

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