Reincubate Lookup - Evaluate and trace back the Apple serial number

Do you have an Apple device that you are not entirely sure of what specifications it has or which operating system it was sold with? Or have you bought a used iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch and now want to track the technical data and other information? Then the ministry will help you Reincubate lookup further. After entering the serial number of the Apple device, the service outputs the name, version, memory size, model number, original and last compatible operating system, manufacturing location, manufacturing period and more, both in the form of a website and via app.

With Reincubate Lookup you can read out technical data from Apple devices via their serial number or IMEI. The service is available as a website and app.

With Reincubate Lookup you can read out technical data from Apple devices via their serial number or IMEI. The service is available as a website and app.

Reincubate Lookup - Evaluate Apple serial numbers on the web

On the website https://reincubate.com/de/lookup/ you can enter an Apple serial number or an IMEI of the following devices: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, Watch and HomePod. How you can find the serial number and IMEI of an Apple iPhone, you read in this guide. If you have entered the corresponding character string and confirmed the entry, then - if the corresponding information is in the database of the service - the data will be displayed by Reincubate Lookup. This can be worthwhile even before buying a used item if you request a photo of the back of the iPhone or MacBook bottom from the sellers on eBay, eBay classifieds or similar, read out the serial number and use the Reincubate Lookup to enter the information the display checked. 

Source of the picture: Reincubate blog post on the topic

Reincubate Lookup as an app in the official Apple App Store

You can also find the serial number and IMEI query as an app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad in the official App Store from Apple. The download is free and the four ratings currently have 5 out of 5 stars. You can download the 9,2 MB small app, which is currently only available in English, on devices with iOS 11.0 or newer. For a one-off second-hand purchase of an Apple device in the private sector, this may not make too much sense. But if you are looking for a quick and easy way to track device data for your repair or second-hand company, for example, then the app could be something for you (just like Mactracker).

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2 comments

  1. Thomas D says:

    My favorite site for this is this (especially for used purchases etc.):

    http://www.chipmunk.nl/klantenservice/applemodel.html

    There you can find more information about the corresponding Apple device.
    It can be used free of charge for 10 queries per month via the same IP without registration.

    • sir appleot says:

      Yes, it works well too. I had here already written about it. But it's always a strange feeling to type in your serial number somewhere on the Internet. : D

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