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How do I decode an Apple serial number?
Understanding how an Apple serial number is written is very important in being able to decode the serial number. Read this article for full details on how to break down an Apple serial number. Serial number decoding is processed by breaking down a serial number into various sections that can identify a device’s location, original manufacture date, and technical specs.
Alternatively, Techable also allows users to search for any Mac by model number or identifier. You can input any Apple Model Identifier in the search field to find any device. This can help people who are in the market to buy a Macbook, iPhone, iPad, or other Apple device.
We created the serial number decoder that can help consumers who are interested in repairing your device and need parts from a specific model. Our MacBook pro serial number lookup, iMac serial number lookup, iPad serial number lookup, and iPhone serial number lookup can help you research and learn before buying a new device.
Techable's Apple Serial Number Lookup?
Our database is continuously growing with every generation of Apple Macbook Pro, Air, iPad, iPhone, and older Apple devices like the G4.
Our simple Lookup tool gives you the ability to check your Mac’s price, learn about all of its specs and current market value. Use our Macbook Pro Serial Number Lookup to find specs, market value pricing, and other relevant information to help you make a good decision when Buying a Refurbished Macbook Pro.
Are you thinking about buying or selling a Macbook Pro, Air, iPad, or other Apple device? If so, you may be curious about what the Apple serial number means and how you can use Mac’s serial number to identify your device’s tech specs and learn the important details about your Mac.
We’ve been selling Refurbished Macbook Pro and Air for nearly a decade and we know our Macs. Over that time, we’ve learned a few things about Macs and their serial numbers.
Techable’s Mac serial number lookup can help you to solve issues with your device whether you need a part of a new machine. Looking for a part for your Mac? Our Apple database was cataloged every Apple product to help you research models, prices, and specs before buying or selling your used Macbook Pro, Air, iPhone, or iPad.
What can I learn from the Apple Serial Number Lookup?
Techable wants to provide a better way to research Apple products and put an end to the misrepresentation found on eBay and other e-commerce platforms. Through transparency and a focus on customer service, Techable serves as a better way to research, buy, and sell Macs!
Why do we focus on Apple Products?
We decided, there has to be a better way. We created Techable with the purpose of having a transparent tech marketplace.
Techable, created in 2016, was created to end the confusion in the Mac industry. Finding a quality Mac shouldn’t be a recipe for disaster. Techable was built on an 800+ page catalog to allow users to research and find the Mac they always wanted.
Techable’s Mac serial number lookup allows users to learn about any Apple device, its model information and specs, and market value to help make an educated decision when buying or selling a Mac.
Techable.com created a transparent marketplace for users who don’t want to spend a premium-priced on a used Mac while getting a quality, refurbished Mac. We provide live tech support for all of our customers and have partnered with SafeTechWarranty.com to provide an aftermarket Apple warranty at an affordable price. Save $100s off retail and get a Mac backed with the Techable Certified badge with a 90-Day Warranty!
What is the process for Refurbishing Macbook Pro?
Each Refurbished Mac comes with a minimum of a 90-day warranty and can be upgraded up to 3-years with SafeTech Warranty.
What are Apple Specs and why should I care?
Therefore, understanding Apple’s specs and configurations can help ensure you buy the right Mac or when you need to repair a Macbook Pro or Air and not overpay when buying a used or refurbished Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, iMac or iPad.
Apple’s yearly Macbook Pro releases generally have around 20+ configurations with a variety of tech specs. Each Mac can usually be customized with different processors, drives, and screen sizes.
When repairing, differnet models use different parts. For example, the 2012 Macbook Pro 13″ has offers both a retina display and non-retina display model. Both models have completely different parts which are not interchangable.