Before buying a phone case or screen protector from Caseco, it's important to check and make sure you're buying the correct model for your phone.
In this article we'll be sharing with you the simplest ways to identify your phone model.
The simplest method is to look in settings:
1. Open the Settings app, and go to General > About.
2. In the top set of entries you'll see Model Name, with the model number next it (iPhone 11 Pro in the example below)
Some older iPhones won't show the iPhone model name here. For example, this iPhone 6s shows a combination of letters and numbers instead which is the model number that you can use to identify the iPhone.
You'll also see the Model Number below Model Name on newer iPhones.
By default, Settings shows the M number (also known as the SKU - and if you've got a replacement model it'll probably start with an N), but you can tap it to display the A number instead, which can also be used to identify which iPhone model you have.
Check the iPhone Wiki here for a full list to help you identify your phone model.
For Android you'll also want to go to your phones Settings:
1. Open the Settings app
2. On the Settings screen, scroll down to the bottom and look for the About Phone section.
3. On some phone models, you'll need to go into Systemfirst before you can find the About Phone section
You should see your phone model here under Phone name or at the top of the screen (like the Galaxy S9 example in the screenshot below)
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