How to find your iPhone IMEI number

Find IMEI on iPhone

The International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is a unique identifier for every iPhone. Knowing your IMEI number is important in case of theft or loss of your device, as it helps track and locate your phone.

In this article, we'll show you 7 different ways to find your iPhone's IMEI number in just a few simple steps. Whether you're looking to access warranty information or report your phone as lost, we've got you covered.

How to fix No SIM, SIM Not Valid, and other SIM card issues on your iPhone

iPhone showing No SIM error on screen

Do you get errors related to the SIM card on your iPhone 14 and earlier and don't see the cellular signal bars? As a result, you can't make calls, use mobile data, or send and receive texts!

Usually, this happens due to problems with the SIM card you're trying to use. Your iPhone will show error messages like Invalid SIM, No SIM, No SIM Card Installed, SIM Not Valid, SIM Not Supported, and SIM Card Failure.

Other times, the fault may be with your iPhone, because of which it's failing to recognize the SIM card. Let's tell you more and show you how to fix SIM card issues on your iPhone or cellular iPad.

Augment your jailbroken iPhone’s dual-SIM capabilities with eSIM+

Apple’s latest iPhones, from the iPhone XR to the iPhone 13 lineup, support dual-SIM functionality. Straight out of the box, these handsets can have both a physical SIM-based carrier and an eSIM-based carrier configured on the same device for traveling abroad. But perhaps unsurprisingly, the native implementation of this capability on the iOS platform leaves a lot to be desired.

Here to help with this particularly disgruntling issue is a newly-released jailbreak tweak called eSIM+ by iOS developer iArrays. Just as the name implies, this tweak augments any jailbroken iPhone that supports dual-SIM capabilities, such as those mentioned earlier.