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List of Apple's mobile device codes types a.k.a. machine ids (e.g. `iPhone1,1`, `Watch1,1`, etc.) and their matching product names
i386 : iPhone Simulator
x86_64 : iPhone Simulator
arm64 : iPhone Simulator
iPhone1,1 : iPhone
iPhone1,2 : iPhone 3G
iPhone2,1 : iPhone 3GS
iPhone3,1 : iPhone 4
iPhone3,2 : iPhone 4 GSM Rev A
iPhone3,3 : iPhone 4 CDMA
iPhone4,1 : iPhone 4S
iPhone5,1 : iPhone 5 (GSM)
iPhone5,2 : iPhone 5 (GSM+CDMA)
iPhone5,3 : iPhone 5C (GSM)
iPhone5,4 : iPhone 5C (Global)
iPhone6,1 : iPhone 5S (GSM)
iPhone6,2 : iPhone 5S (Global)
iPhone7,1 : iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone7,2 : iPhone 6
iPhone8,1 : iPhone 6s
iPhone8,2 : iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone8,4 : iPhone SE (GSM)
iPhone9,1 : iPhone 7
iPhone9,2 : iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone9,3 : iPhone 7
iPhone9,4 : iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone10,1 : iPhone 8
iPhone10,2 : iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone10,3 : iPhone X Global
iPhone10,4 : iPhone 8
iPhone10,5 : iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone10,6 : iPhone X GSM
iPhone11,2 : iPhone XS
iPhone11,4 : iPhone XS Max
iPhone11,6 : iPhone XS Max Global
iPhone11,8 : iPhone XR
iPhone12,1 : iPhone 11
iPhone12,3 : iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone12,5 : iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone12,8 : iPhone SE 2nd Gen
iPhone13,1 : iPhone 12 Mini
iPhone13,2 : iPhone 12
iPhone13,3 : iPhone 12 Pro
iPhone13,4 : iPhone 12 Pro Max
iPhone14,2 : iPhone 13 Pro
iPhone14,3 : iPhone 13 Pro Max
iPhone14,4 : iPhone 13 Mini
iPhone14,5 : iPhone 13
iPhone14,6 : iPhone SE 3rd Gen
iPhone14,7 : iPhone 14
iPhone14,8 : iPhone 14 Plus
iPhone15,2 : iPhone 14 Pro
iPhone15,3 : iPhone 14 Pro Max
iPhone15,4 : iPhone 15
iPhone15,5 : iPhone 15 Plus
iPhone16,1 : iPhone 15 Pro
iPhone16,2 : iPhone 15 Pro Max
iPod1,1 : 1st Gen iPod
iPod2,1 : 2nd Gen iPod
iPod3,1 : 3rd Gen iPod
iPod4,1 : 4th Gen iPod
iPod5,1 : 5th Gen iPod
iPod7,1 : 6th Gen iPod
iPod9,1 : 7th Gen iPod
iPad1,1 : iPad
iPad1,2 : iPad 3G
iPad2,1 : 2nd Gen iPad
iPad2,2 : 2nd Gen iPad GSM
iPad2,3 : 2nd Gen iPad CDMA
iPad2,4 : 2nd Gen iPad New Revision
iPad3,1 : 3rd Gen iPad
iPad3,2 : 3rd Gen iPad CDMA
iPad3,3 : 3rd Gen iPad GSM
iPad2,5 : iPad mini
iPad2,6 : iPad mini GSM+LTE
iPad2,7 : iPad mini CDMA+LTE
iPad3,4 : 4th Gen iPad
iPad3,5 : 4th Gen iPad GSM+LTE
iPad3,6 : 4th Gen iPad CDMA+LTE
iPad4,1 : iPad Air (WiFi)
iPad4,2 : iPad Air (GSM+CDMA)
iPad4,3 : 1st Gen iPad Air (China)
iPad4,4 : iPad mini Retina (WiFi)
iPad4,5 : iPad mini Retina (GSM+CDMA)
iPad4,6 : iPad mini Retina (China)
iPad4,7 : iPad mini 3 (WiFi)
iPad4,8 : iPad mini 3 (GSM+CDMA)
iPad4,9 : iPad Mini 3 (China)
iPad5,1 : iPad mini 4 (WiFi)
iPad5,2 : 4th Gen iPad mini (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad5,3 : iPad Air 2 (WiFi)
iPad5,4 : iPad Air 2 (Cellular)
iPad6,3 : iPad Pro (9.7 inch, WiFi)
iPad6,4 : iPad Pro (9.7 inch, WiFi+LTE)
iPad6,7 : iPad Pro (12.9 inch, WiFi)
iPad6,8 : iPad Pro (12.9 inch, WiFi+LTE)
iPad6,11 : iPad (2017)
iPad6,12 : iPad (2017)
iPad7,1 : iPad Pro 2nd Gen (WiFi)
iPad7,2 : iPad Pro 2nd Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad7,3 : iPad Pro 10.5-inch 2nd Gen
iPad7,4 : iPad Pro 10.5-inch 2nd Gen
iPad7,5 : iPad 6th Gen (WiFi)
iPad7,6 : iPad 6th Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad7,11 : iPad 7th Gen 10.2-inch (WiFi)
iPad7,12 : iPad 7th Gen 10.2-inch (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad8,1 : iPad Pro 11 inch 3rd Gen (WiFi)
iPad8,2 : iPad Pro 11 inch 3rd Gen (1TB, WiFi)
iPad8,3 : iPad Pro 11 inch 3rd Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad8,4 : iPad Pro 11 inch 3rd Gen (1TB, WiFi+Cellular)
iPad8,5 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 3rd Gen (WiFi)
iPad8,6 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 3rd Gen (1TB, WiFi)
iPad8,7 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 3rd Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad8,8 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 3rd Gen (1TB, WiFi+Cellular)
iPad8,9 : iPad Pro 11 inch 4th Gen (WiFi)
iPad8,10 : iPad Pro 11 inch 4th Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad8,11 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 4th Gen (WiFi)
iPad8,12 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 4th Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad11,1 : iPad mini 5th Gen (WiFi)
iPad11,2 : iPad mini 5th Gen
iPad11,3 : iPad Air 3rd Gen (WiFi)
iPad11,4 : iPad Air 3rd Gen
iPad11,6 : iPad 8th Gen (WiFi)
iPad11,7 : iPad 8th Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad12,1 : iPad 9th Gen (WiFi)
iPad12,2 : iPad 9th Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad14,1 : iPad mini 6th Gen (WiFi)
iPad14,2 : iPad mini 6th Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad13,1 : iPad Air 4th Gen (WiFi)
iPad13,2 : iPad Air 4th Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad13,4 : iPad Pro 11 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,5 : iPad Pro 11 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,6 : iPad Pro 11 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,7 : iPad Pro 11 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,8 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,9 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,10 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,11 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,16 : iPad Air 5th Gen (WiFi)
iPad13,17 : iPad Air 5th Gen (WiFi+Cellular)
iPad13,18 : iPad 10th Gen
iPad13,19 : iPad 10th Gen
iPad14,3 : iPad Pro 11 inch 4th Gen
iPad14,4 : iPad Pro 11 inch 4th Gen
iPad14,5 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 6th Gen
iPad14,6 : iPad Pro 12.9 inch 6th Gen
Watch1,1 : Apple Watch 38mm case
Watch1,2 : Apple Watch 42mm case
Watch2,6 : Apple Watch Series 1 38mm case
Watch2,7 : Apple Watch Series 1 42mm case
Watch2,3 : Apple Watch Series 2 38mm case
Watch2,4 : Apple Watch Series 2 42mm case
Watch3,1 : Apple Watch Series 3 38mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch3,2 : Apple Watch Series 3 42mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch3,3 : Apple Watch Series 3 38mm case (GPS)
Watch3,4 : Apple Watch Series 3 42mm case (GPS)
Watch4,1 : Apple Watch Series 4 40mm case (GPS)
Watch4,2 : Apple Watch Series 4 44mm case (GPS)
Watch4,3 : Apple Watch Series 4 40mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch4,4 : Apple Watch Series 4 44mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch5,1 : Apple Watch Series 5 40mm case (GPS)
Watch5,2 : Apple Watch Series 5 44mm case (GPS)
Watch5,3 : Apple Watch Series 5 40mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch5,4 : Apple Watch Series 5 44mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch5,9 : Apple Watch SE 40mm case (GPS)
Watch5,10 : Apple Watch SE 44mm case (GPS)
Watch5,11 : Apple Watch SE 40mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch5,12 : Apple Watch SE 44mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,1 : Apple Watch Series 6 40mm case (GPS)
Watch6,2 : Apple Watch Series 6 44mm case (GPS)
Watch6,3 : Apple Watch Series 6 40mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,4 : Apple Watch Series 6 44mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,6 : Apple Watch Series 7 41mm case (GPS)
Watch6,7 : Apple Watch Series 7 45mm case (GPS)
Watch6,8 : Apple Watch Series 7 41mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,9 : Apple Watch Series 7 45mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,10 : Apple Watch SE 40mm case (GPS)
Watch6,11 : Apple Watch SE 44mm case (GPS)
Watch6,12 : Apple Watch SE 40mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,13 : Apple Watch SE 44mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,14 : Apple Watch Series 8 41mm case (GPS)
Watch6,15 : Apple Watch Series 8 45mm case (GPS)
Watch6,16 : Apple Watch Series 8 41mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,17 : Apple Watch Series 8 45mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch6,18 : Apple Watch Ultra
Watch7,1 : Apple Watch Series 9 41mm case (GPS)
Watch7,2 : Apple Watch Series 9 45mm case (GPS)
Watch7,3 : Apple Watch Series 9 41mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch7,4 : Apple Watch Series 9 45mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch7,5 : Apple Watch Ultra 2
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mexmer commented Nov 9, 2022

thanks for confirmation.

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jtorvald commented Dec 5, 2022

To scratch my own itch I created a small utility to generate source code based on the Xcode device databases.
When you don't have Xcode installed on your system, it uses the gist above (or you can pass a parameter to use the gist above).
You can checkout my AD2C repo or download the latest release 1.2.2. Feedback, template improvements and requests are welcome.

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luoxixuan commented Dec 5, 2022 via email

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Thanks for this awesome gist

@adamawolf
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Incorporated @neilpomerleau's feedback here. Thanks.

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luoxixuan commented Jan 25, 2023 via email

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Thanks for this great collection! I think there is a typo in line 140 and 141 which seems to be the 6th gen instead of 4th. :)

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luoxixuan commented Feb 10, 2023 via email

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kotori2 commented Feb 22, 2023

iPad14,3 : iPad Pro 11 inch 4th Gen
iPad14,4 : iPad Pro 11 inch 4th Gen

Should be 6th gen

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Pimau commented Feb 22, 2023

iPad14,3 : iPad Pro 11 inch 4th Gen
iPad14,4 : iPad Pro 11 inch 4th Gen

Should be 6th gen

The 12.9 inch models are 6th gen; 11 inch 14,3/4 are 4th gen.

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sg1888 commented Apr 20, 2023

iPad13,4 : iPad Pro 11 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,5 : iPad Pro 11 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,6 : iPad Pro 11 inch 5th Gen
iPad13,7 : iPad Pro 11 inch 5th Gen

The iPad Pro 11 inch are all 3rd gen.

Also, the descriptions should be as follows:

iPad13,4 : iPad Pro 11 inch 3rd Gen (WiFi)
iPad13,5 : iPad Pro 11 inch 3rd Gen (WiFi+Cellular US)
iPad13,6 : iPad Pro 11 inch 3rd Gen (WiFi+Cellular Global)
iPad13,7 : iPad Pro 11 inch 3rd Gen (WiFi+Cellular China)

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samialdury commented Jun 2, 2023

Here are some Apple TV identifiers:

AppleTV1,1 : Apple TV 1st Gen
AppleTV2,1 : Apple TV 2nd Gen
AppleTV3,1 : Apple TV 3rd Gen (Early 2012)
AppleTV3,2 : Apple TV 3rd Gen (Early 2013)
AppleTV5,3 : Apple TV 4th Gen
AppleTV6,2 : Apple TV 4K 1st Gen
AppleTV11,1 : Apple TV 4K 2nd Gen
AppleTV14,1 : Apple TV 4K 3rd Gen

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Thanks for the awesome list!
Would it be possible to add a license (e.g. MIT or MIT-0) to the top of the gist? I'm asking because I would love to use it in a client project, without licensing information this is not possible.

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luoxixuan commented Jul 3, 2023 via email

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Can anyone explain what these deviceIDs are used for? If I was to look at my Apple device, I do not see these device type IDs. For example, my iPhone 14 Pro does not show 15,3 anywhere. Rather it shows MPXV3ZD/A as the Model Number. So where is 15,3 shown and what is this used for?

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@Waynus71 It's a technical information, mostly for developers: you can access it through code (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33493800/how-to-get-the-iphone-type-from-simulator-ios) but it's not visible to users

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Coresi7 commented Jul 27, 2023

Can anyone explain what these deviceIDs are used for? If I was to look at my Apple device, I do not see these device type IDs. For example, my iPhone 14 Pro does not show 15,3 anywhere. Rather it shows MPXV3ZD/A as the Model Number. So where is 15,3 shown and what is this used for?

These deviceIDs are useful for devs, if we need to develop apps and try to identify apple devices, these device id is of vital importance for us.

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mexmer commented Jul 27, 2023

DeviceID is also usefull for desktop software that communicates with iphone, it's one of values you get when you request device information from device (either in dfu, restore, or normal mode), and it's much easier to maintain, that list of model numbers that are user visible (like MM9L3FD/A - which is one of ipad air 5 models). but yeah, generally it matters mainly for developers, users don't need to care about it, although on Mac (either macbook or desktop), you can get MacXX,X,iMacXX,X and so on in system info app. which mas similar purpose

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What about creating a json format from this file?

@amartinez1660
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What about creating a json format from this file?

Liking this idea!
Also because it would allow it to expand to just more than the model name, for example it would be nice to have already with it how much System Memory each phone has and maybe around what percentage of that it gets a "Low Memory Warning"
(that info can be added overtime to the .json file)

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GregOriol commented Aug 21, 2023

@arturCwiklinsky Some libraries, not json, exit already: https://github.com/andrealufino/Deviice There is maybe a path to put some of the data in common?

@amartinez1660 The low memory warning is not documented by Apple in a way that can be "saved" into a database: they don't provide information on when it is sent, nor does it seem to be a hard value; from some experience, it depends on the amount of memory your app uses, but also on other apps that are running in the background (music, waze, ...), and it may also be sent by the system when you allocate a lot of memory in a very small timeframe (like loading large 3D objects, ...)...

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From XCode 15 RC:

iPhone15,4	iPhone 15
iPhone15,5	iPhone 15 Plus
iPhone16,1	iPhone 15 Pro
iPhone16,2	iPhone 15 Pro Max

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mexmer commented Sep 14, 2023

From Xcode 15 traits database

Watch7,1 : Apple Watch Series 9 41mm case (GPS)
Watch7,2 : Apple Watch Series 9 45mm case (GPS)
Watch7,3 : Apple Watch Series 9 41mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch7,4 : Apple Watch Series 9 45mm case (GPS+Cellular)
Watch7,5 : Apple Watch Ultra 2

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ssebi commented Sep 18, 2023

I'd be curious to learn how to find this traits database myself. @mexmer could you point me into the right direction?

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mexmer commented Sep 18, 2023

traits databases are inside xcode package, on mac open xcode.app folder (or rightclick xcode and "package content", and under platforms you will find emulator images and also traits db, i only check for tvos, ios (which contains ipads and iphones) and watchos, there might be others.

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daluu commented Sep 18, 2023

Don't know if anyone mentioned it already, you may be able to find it looking through the earlier comments of this gist thread. Frankly it would be a whole lot easier to browse if this was a github repo instead with issues/PRs/wiki. But anyways here's some additional info on traits DB, you can find them browsing these paths on the terminal. As far as I'm aware, there don't seem to be traits for the laptop/desktop Mac hardware:

/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/usr/standalone/device_traits.db
/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/WatchOS.platform/usr/standalone/device_traits.db
/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/TvOS.platform/usr/standalone/device_traits.db

you may need to use SQLite to view the traits databases

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adamawolf commented Sep 19, 2023

Added the iPhone 15's and new watches, thanks everyone.

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mexmer commented Sep 19, 2023

Don't know if anyone mentioned it already, you may be able to find it looking through the earlier comments of this gist thread. Frankly it would be a whole lot easier to browse if this was a github repo instead with issues/PRs/wiki. But anyways here's some additional info on traits DB, you can find them browsing these paths on the terminal. As far as I'm aware, there don't seem to be traits for the laptop/desktop Mac hardware:

/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/usr/standalone/device_traits.db
/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/WatchOS.platform/usr/standalone/device_traits.db
/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/TvOS.platform/usr/standalone/device_traits.db

you may need to use SQLite to view the traits databases

yes, it was mentioned multiple times already, that you can pull identifiers from xcode, sometimes there are even identifiers for soon to be released devices in beta xcode versions.

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tamwei commented Nov 1, 2023

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mexmer commented Nov 1, 2023

https://gist.github.com/adamawolf/3048717#file-apple_mobile_device_types-txt-L132-L135

These should be the 3rd generation iPads, right?

i explained this before, it depends, how you count generation.
it's 5th gen of ipad pro, it has same cpu as ipad pro 12.9 5th gen
it's 3rd gen of ipad pro 11"

1st gen ipad pro was 9.7" and 12.9"
2nd gen ipad pro was 10.5" and 12.9"
3rd gen ipad pro was 11" and 12.9"
all following generations of ipad pro are 11" and 12.9"
so it really depends if you count gen for model series (ipad/ipad pro/ipad air), or specific model (eg. including size)

also apple didn't help with naming, when they introduced it, they named it one way, then later changed it, and in developer tools it was different way from start

if you look at current state, apple really name it ipad pro 11" 3rd gen (for model that is here marked 5th gen), but when 2nd gen of 11" came out, it was named as ipad pro 4th gen 11" (and 12.9" respectively), then they renamed it to 11" 2nd gen, when 3rd gen came out ... so there is really no best way, that will suite everyone.

there is another example, when 4th gen ipad came out, apple promoted is as New iPad, and was selling it as iPad, although previous one was sold as iPad 3 (and the one before was actual iPad 2 ... no gen in name)

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tamwei commented Nov 3, 2023

@mexmer
I got it, thank you for your explanation.

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