How to Find Mac Address iPhone

Charlotte Daniels

Mac, Tutorials

In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to find the Mac Address on your iPhone. The Mac Address, also known as the Media Access Control address, is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on a network.

Step 1: Accessing the Settings

To find the Mac Address on your iPhone, start by accessing the Settings app. You can easily locate it on your home screen as it has a gray icon with gears.

Step 2: Navigating to General

Once you have opened the Settings app, scroll down and tap on “General”. It is represented by an icon with gears.

Step 3: Selecting About

In the General settings menu, locate and tap on “About”. This section provides detailed information about your iPhone’s software and hardware.

Step 4: Finding Wi-Fi Address

In the About section, you will find various details about your device. Scroll down until you see “Wi-Fi Address”. This is where you can find your iPhone’s Mac Address.


  • The Wi-Fi Address is equivalent to the Mac Address on an iPhone.
  • The Wi-Fi Address may also be referred to as the WLAN MAC or Physical address in some cases.

Additional Information:

If you are unable to find “Wi-Fi Address” in the About section of General settings, follow these steps:

  1. Go back to the main Settings menu and select “Wi-Fi”.
  2. Ensure that Wi-Fi is turned on, and then tap on the connected network name (the network you are currently connected to).
  3. A new screen will appear with detailed information about the Wi-Fi network. Scroll down until you find “Router” or “Gateway”.
  4. The MAC Address displayed next to “Router” or “Gateway” is your iPhone’s Mac Address.

Now that you have successfully located the Mac Address on your iPhone, you can use it for various purposes such as configuring network settings or troubleshooting connectivity issues.

Remember to note down your Mac Address correctly, as it is a unique identifier specific to your device and essential for network-related configurations.

We hope this tutorial has been helpful in finding the Mac Address on your iPhone. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out!

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