On your Apple Watch, open the Settings app. Tap General > About, then scroll down. Look for Serial Number or IMEI. If you don't have your Apple Watch, you can use your iPhone instead: On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app. Tap the My Watch tab, then tap General > About. Look for Serial Number or IMEI.
1- On your linked iPhone, open the Apple Watch app. 2- Press the My watch tab and then click on General> Information. 3- All the characteristics of the Apple Watch Series 2 Sport 38mm appear, look for the serial number or the IMEI. Note: Only Apple Watch with (GPS +.
Simply open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and tap the My Watch tab. Next to the watch name, tap the info button to reveal more information. If you see Find My Apple Watch, it means that the activation lock is still in place. This is a good way to check if your watch is secure in case it's ever lost or stolen. 3. Keep the Apple Watch and iPhone near each other during the pairing process. Open the Watch app on your iPhone. Tap Start Pairing on the iPhone. Center your iPhone over the pairing animation on the watch until you get the confirmation “Your Apple Watch is Paired.” If this is the first time you are setting up the watch, tap Set Up as New Apple Watch.
11,282. Aug 13, 2014. #3. Applejuiced said: The serial numbers are printed on the sim tray. Or dial that number on the emergency phone call screen and hit call *#06#. I have two iPhones (both 5S), and neither have the serial number (or any other info) printed or engraved on the SIM tray. After checking my collection of iPhones, the SIM trays.
Go to Settings > General > About and look for your device's IMEI Dial *#06# to get IMEI Before trying anything else, you can try simply dialing *#06# on your iPhone (or any mobile phone), this should retrieve the IMEI number.