All Apple devices have a Model Number like” MNQN2LL/A”. It has two alphabetical letters before /A in this case. Using these letters we can identify the iPhone’s Model Region.
First I want to mention that there are no many differences in iPhones. There are only few differences like charger and package language but some iPhones don’t have FaceTime like in Arabic countries. Japanese and Korean iPhones can’t off shutter sound.
To find Model Number,
-Go to Settings>>>About>>>
Format in Model Code
First letter in model number represent the source of the device.
- “F” – Refurbished Unit
- “M” – Retail Unit
- “N” – Replacement Unit
- “P” – Personalized (engraved) Unit
And it is followed by characters between “A” and “Z” or “0” to “9”
After either one or two characters represent the “Region” of the device origin.
List shows the possible Region codes
|AB||Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates|
|B||Ireland, UK, also used for some replacement units|
|BR||Brazil (Assembled in Brazil)|
|BZ||Brazil (Assembled in China)|
|CZ D||Czech Republic Germany|
|DN||Austria, Germany, Netherlands|
|FD||Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland|
|LA||Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru|
|LL||USA, Canada, also used for some replacement units|
|LZ||Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay|
|MO||Macau, Hong Kong|
|NF||Belgium, France, Luxembourg|
|X||Australia, New Zealand|
|ZP||Hong Kong, Macau|