How to get UDID of iOS devices?

Updated 26 October 2021


UDID (Unique Device Identifier)

The Unique Device Identifier or UDID is a 40-character string composed of various hardware identifiers on iOS devices. The UDID will be unique on each device and can be used along with app-specific user IDs to identify app-specific data on developers’ servers.

There are several options through which we can get the UDID of iOS devices. We will go through one by one.

Step 1: Connect the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad into your computer and Launch iTunes

Step 2: Click on upper left side iPhone Device’s icon to open device summary.

Step 3: Click on Serial Number Text several times till UDID appears (as shown in below image)

Step 4: Just Right-click to copy UDID of the device. Paste it any other text editors and share it with your developers.


Step 1: open in your Safari browser

Step 2: Click on Get UDID Button

Step 3: Allow the website to open settings to show you a configuration profile.

Step 4:  Click on Install

Step 5:  Enter device’s security Passcode

Step 6: You will see your device’s UDID also there is an option to send UDID via E.mail.




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