How do I find my unique device ID?

Each iPhone and iPod Touch has a unique identifier associated w/it. To find yours, try the following.

Locating a Unique Device ID with iTunes 7.7 or later

To find your device’s UDID you can use iTunes 7.7. or later. To do this, connect your device to your Mac and launch iTunes. In iTunes, select your device in the 'Devices' section and navigate to the Summary tab. Click on the Serial Number label to reveal the Identifier field and the 40 character UDID. Press Command/Ctrl+C to copy the UDID to your clipboard.


Locating a Unique Device ID with Xcode

Alternatively, you can also find your device’s UDID with Xcode. Simply connect your device to your Mac and open Xcode. In Xcode, navigate to the 'Window' drop down menu and select 'Organizer'. The 40 hex character string in the Identifier field is your device’s UDID. Team Members should send this string to their Team Admins for input into the Program Portal.