Here are three ways to find the phone number associated with your iPhone. This can be most useful when you’re moving to a new network and you haven’t fully remembered your number, when you’re using a burner SIM, or any other situation where you can’t remember it.
Fortunately, there are other ways to obtain these information.
- View Settings > Phone
- Check in the Contacts app
- Use your computer
All of these methods are simple and will find your phone number for you:
1.View Settings > Phone
Open Settings > Phone and you will see your mobile number under “My Number”.
2.Check in Contacts
Open Contacts on your iPhone and tap the “My Cards” field at the top, which will show your name. Hit this button and you should see your number there – but this doesn’t always work if you’re using multiple devices/SIMS. In my experience, it’s best to use phone setup techniques to get the number of the device you’re using.
3.use your computer
Apple changed the way the iPhone uses iTunes on the Mac with the launch of iOS 13, which introduced the Music, Podcasts, and TV apps, and integrated some of the apps’ device management capabilities into the Finder. You can still use your Mac or PC to get your number, just make minor changes on your Mac.
Find your number on Mac:
- Connect your iPhone to your computer and click Allow. You may need to enter a password to allow your Mac to access the device.
- Now open Finder and you should see your iPhone in the sidebar.
- Select iPhone and you should open a General
- Look carefully at the top of the page and you’ll find the name of the device, and below it you’ll see information about the device in small gray letters.
- Click on these letters and you will see the serial number and UDID information replace what is there, click again and you will see the phone number along with the IMEI, MEID and ICCID numbers
On the PC, connect your iPhone to the computer, launch iTunes, click the iPhone icon and you will find the number as an item in the summary view.
That’s all there is to it.
While I’m sure this brief advice will only be useful intermittently, I had to figure it out the other day to get the number of an old device I was hanging out with. For some iPhone secrets that may be more useful and you may not have encountered before, look here.