Where is serial number on Apple EarPods?

Find it in Settings on iOS or iPadOS

Go to Settings > Bluetooth. Find your AirPods in the list (for example, “John’s AirPods”). Tap the More Info button next to your AirPods to see the serial number.

Do AirPods buds have serial numbers?

“With AirPods (2nd generation) and AirPods Pro, each AirPod also has its own serial number, printed on the AirPod itself. If you need to send your AirPods or charging case in for service, refer to the primary serial number, printed on the case lid. You don’t need the serial numbers on the AirPods.”

How do I know if my EarPods are serial number?

Check the Serial Number

Original earphones have a serial number on the cable, right between the buds and the audio controller. Take a closer look at the cable and check if you can see the serial number. Use a magnifying glass if necessary. Additionally, an original cable should be thick and not look fragile.

Where is the serial number on EarPods with Lightning connector?

There’s a Lightning connector on the bottom of the case for plug-in charging. The status light is on the front of the case, and the serial number is on the underside of the lid.

Should AirPods have different serial numbers?

The good news is, there’s no reason for concern if you’ve noticed a different serial number on each AirPod and another on their case. This is an intentional measure taken by Apple to differentiate the components of the product to make it easier for repairs or replacements to be made.

Do AirPods have different model numbers?

Some models have two model numbers because the left and right AirPod each have their own number: AirPods (1st generation): A1523, A1722. AirPods (2nd generation): A2032, A2031. AirPods (3rd generation): A2565, A2564.