iPad Guide: Which model do I have?

Not sure what iPad model that you have? This guide will show you how to find your iPad model quickly and easily.

Step One.

Locate the model number on the back of your Apple device. It will begin with an “A” and have four digits after it, i.e. A1474

iPad and iPod showing model number

iPad and iPod showing model number

Step Two.

Use this table to find what iPhone your model number corresponds to.

Model Number iPad
A1219, A1337 iPad (Original, 1st Gen)
A1395, A1396, A1397 iPad 2 (2nd Gen)
A1403, A1416, A1430 iPad 3 (3rd Gen)
A1458, A1459, A1460 iPad 4 (4th Gen)
A1822, A1823 iPad (2017, 5th Gen)
A1474, A1475 iPad Air
A1566, A1567 iPad Air 2
A1432, A1454, A1455 iPad mini
A1489, A1490 iPad mini 2
A1599, A1600 iPad mini 3
A1538, A1550 iPad mini 4
A1673, A1674, A1675 iPad Pro 9.7
A1584, A1652 iPad Pro 12.9
A1670, A1671 iPad Pro 12.9 (2017, 2nd Gen)
A1701, A1709 iPad Pro 10.5

Step Three.

See the available repairs and prices for your iPad model.

iPhone 6

iPhone Guide: What model do I have?

Not sure what iPhone model that you have? This guide will show you how to find your iPhone model quickly and easily.

Step One.

Locate the model number on the back of your Apple device. It will begin with an “A” and have four digits after it, i.e. A1474

ipad-ipod-touch-callout-back

Step Two.

Use this table to find what iPhone your model number corresponds to.

Model Number iPhone
A1203 iPhone (Original)
A1241 iPhone 3G
A1303 iPhone 3GS
A1332, A1349 iPhone 4
A1387 iPhone 4S
A1428, A1429 iPhone 5
A1456, A1507, A1526, A1529, A1532 iPhone 5C
A1453, A1457, A1528, A1530, A1533 iPhone 5S
A1549, A1586, A1589 iPhone 6
A1522, A1524, A1593 iPhone 6 Plus
A1633, A1688 iPhone 6S
A1634, A1687 iPhone 6S Plus
A1662, A1723, A1724 iPhone SE
A1660, A1778, A1779, A1780 iPhone 7
A1661, A1784, A1785, A1786 iPhone 7 Plus
N/A iPhone 7S
N/A iPhone 7S Plus

Step Three.

See the available repairs and prices for your iPhone model.

New Website Design

Welcome to the new website for QuickFix PC & Mobile Repair!

This new website layout is designed to help you find what you need faster and easier with a new unified layout that allows for better viewing on all kinds of devices.

There are now more sections for all mobile phone and tablet repairs along with prices and services offered for these services. A new booking section will also be available soon.

The mobile website is now much easier to navigate and contains all the information you would normally find on the main website.

NHS WannaCry attack and staying safe from Ransomware.

Not long ago news spread about the massive cyber attack that struck the NHS in the UK affecting hundreds of computers and impacting thousands more patients. The infection was spread via a small loophole in older Windows operating systems that hackers exploited, specifically it affected Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 operating systems.

So will these kind of attacks happens again, will they become more common and can we stay safe from them? The answer to all these questions is yes. Unfortunately a large amount of PCs still use old versions of Windows, these include ATMs, banking companies, doctors and hospitals and many more services. A lot of these businesses had software developed around older Windows, especially XP which has not been supported for three years now!

What’s the lesson then? Simply put it is imperative to keep your operating system up-to–date, as well as your anti-virus for that matter. Ransomware, viruses and malware continue to evolve and hackers will always be ready to take advantage of any loop-hole in an older operating system. Whether you have noticed or not Windows and other operating systems such as Android are constantly updating with patches released monthly to protect from these kind of attacks, these updates are for reason: do not ignore them. Keep up to date!