4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 27, 2011 5:47 PM by Waferboy
Waferboy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
Bit of an odd question, I've got 2 iPOD Touch 4G's (one for each son) and they are arguing over who's is who's. They were bought about 2 months apart and I think I know which is which, but I'm assuming the serial number will decipher the build date and prove which is which.

So, how does one decipher these codes? I know last 4 (DCP7) is the iPOD Touch 4th Gen, but haven't firgured out the build week or year. Does anyone know the answers?


A1367, iOS 4
  • Jolly Giant Level 7 Level 7 (25,440 points)
    might [this|http://dailyator.com/how-to-decode-your-iphone-serial-number/23607> help ?

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  • Waferboy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    Nope, these aren't working. I guess I shouldn't have set these two iPODs up so alike. I know the kids have screwed with the names on these things to. I've really searched the web high and low to no avail. Only luck I may have is from appleserialnumberinfo.com. They seem legit but I wasn't paying close enough attention and screwed up entering my free searches so I have to wait another 24 hours. I paid for some searches but then realized it may take "...up to 72 hours" for the account to be created. It ***** to wait

    So if anyone know any of the serial number details it sure would be great to know them.

    I've got the following serials:
    - C3TDQ3WBDCP7
    - C3LDQYF4DCP7

    I know what the the DCP7 means, just trying to understand the rest.

    Thanks again!
  • lllaass Level 10 Level 10 (166,465 points)
    Try entering the ser#s here. You should be able to tell via the warranty expiration date.
  • Waferboy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    That works, many thanks! I thought I had searched it all, but apparently I didn't see "all" of the internet. Again, many thanks!