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How to find your UDID Identifier

Posted June 2013 by Steve Sinchak

If you are an Apple iOS developer testing on multiple devices or someone who just wants to try out the latest betas you will need to provide your devices’ UDID to Apple. This article will help you quickly find your UDID using iTunes.

  1. Open iTunes.
  2. Select your device.
  3. On the Summary screen, you will see your device name, capacity, phone number and serial number.  Simply click on the Serial Number and your UDID will be displayed.

Rather than trying to manually copy the 40 code identifier, you can right click on it and select Copy Identifier (UDID).

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