How to Check the Version of Apple watch

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Are you tring to figure out which version of the Apple Watch you have? Don’t worry, this guide will answer all your questions!

The Apple Watch is a great way to stay organized and connected, with features like fitness tracking, text messages and notifications, and more. But if you’re not sure wich version of the Apple Watch you own, it can be difficult to get the most out of it. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to check: look for the model number.

To find your model number, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Tap the “My Watch” tab, then tap General > About. Look for the Model field; it should begin with an “M” followed by several numbers. Compare that number to the list below to determine which version of the Apple Watch you have:

-Apple Watch Series 1: MNNN2LL/A
-Apple Watch Series 2: MNNK2LL/A
-Apple watch Series 3: MNNL2LL/A or MNNM2LL/A
-Apple watch Series 4: MNV72LL/A or MTV22LL/A
-Apple watch Series 5: MWVF2LL/A or MWVP2LL/A
-Apple watch Series 6: MWV62LL/A or MWV82LL/A

Once you know whih version of the Apple Watch you have, you can start taking advantage of its features such as its health and fitness tracking capabilities (available on all versions), its always-on display (available only on series 5 and 6) and much more. So go ahead – check out your model number now and get ready to make the most out of your Apple Watch!

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Identifying the Edition of an Apple Watch

To determine which edition of Apple Watch you have, you can open the Watch app on your iPhone and tap the My Watch tab. Then tap General > About. You should see the part number that begins with “M.” Tap the Model field to see a full list of model numbers. Compare your model number to the one listed below to find out which edition you have:

Series 1: MNNN2LL/A, MNNN2LL/A
Series 2: MNNN2LL/A, MNNN2LL/A
Series 3: MQL12LL/A, MQL22LL/A
Series 4: MWV12LL/A, MWV22LL/A
Series 5: MWVF2LL/A, MWVP2LL/A

If you stll can’t determine which edition of Apple Watch you have after checking your model number, you can contact Apple Support for assistance.

Identifying the Generation of an Apple Watch

You can easily determine which Apple Watch model you own by looking at the model number located on the back of the device. The Apple Watch Series 6 will have a model number that starts with “A2156”, “A2157” or “A2159”, while the Apple Watch Series 5 has a model number that begins with “A2092” or “A2093”. You can also look at the watch face to see if it has an always-on display; this is only available on Apple Watch Series 6 models. Additionally, you can open Settings on your watch and select General > About to see which specific model you have.

Identifying the Size of an Apple Watch

If you have an Apple Watch, the easiest way to determine which size you have is to look at the back of your watch. The back of the 38mm is 33.3mm wide, while the back of the 42mm is 35.9mm wide. You can also check for a model number printed on the back; if it starts with A1860, it is a 38mm and if it starts with A1861, it is a 42mm. Additionally, if you have the original box that your Apple Watch came in, you can check for size details there as well.

Differences Between Apple Watch 6 and 7

The Apple Watch Series 7 is an incremental upgrade to the Series 6, featuring slight improvements in features and hardware. The most notable differences include a larger display and casing size, new color options, improved durability, the S7 chip for faster performance, and faster charging. The Series 7 also has a brighter Always On Retina display, allowing the watch face and complications to remain visible even when the user’s wrist is down. Additionally, it has improved water resistance of up to 50 meters. For health tracking features, the Series 7 includes a blood oxygen sensor as well as fall detection; both of these features were not avilable on the Series 6. Finally, Siri can now be used hands-free with voice commands on the Series 7 models.

What Is the Apple Watch 6?

The Apple Watch Series 6 is the sixth-generation of Apple’s smartwatch series, released in October 2020. It is available in three different materials: aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium. The Series 6 features a blood-oxygen sensor and a brighter always-on display for the first time, giving users the ability to monitor their health and fitness levels with more accuracy. Additionally, it includes a dual-core S6 processor that provides faster performance than previous models. With its wide range of features and improved battery life, the Apple Watch Series 6 is perfect for those loking for an all-around wearable device.

Comparing the Apple Watch Series 6 and Earlier Models

The Apple Watch Series 6 (released in 2020) is the newest model of Apple Watch, followed by the Apple Watch SE (also released in 2020). The Series 6 features a new S6 processor, a U1 ultra-wideband chip, and blood oxygen monitoring. The SE model is slightly less feature-packed but still offers an impressive range of features such as an S5 processor, fall detection and Emergency SOS. Ultimately, both models offer their own unique benefits and it comes down to personal preference as to which one suits your needs best.


In conclusion, the Apple Watch is a powerful and convenient device that comes in two different models, the Series 5 and Series 6. The main difference between them is that the Series 6 has an always-on display that is two-and-a-half times brighter outdoors than the Series 5 when your wrist is lowered. The 38mm model comes with a Small Band and a Medium band, while the 42mm model comes with a Medium band and a Large band. Regardless of which size you choose, you can be sure that your Apple Watch will provide you with an exceptional user experience.

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