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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the serial recorded in the phone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! If you can't get into the phones settings, on the back of the phone there are IMEI/MEID numbers that are also recorded on the original packaging that you can use to make an ID on your phone.
 
Do not just take the phone up front from the person if you do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
Do not just take the phone up front from the person if you do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
 
Side note: did you ever register the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the serial recorded in the phone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! If you can't get into the phones settings, on the back of the phone there are IMEI/MEID numbers that are also recorded on the original packaging that you can use to make an ID on your phone.
If you can match the serial recorded in the phone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! If you can't get into the phones settings, on the back of the phone there are IMEI/MEID numbers that are also recorded on the original packaging that you can use to make an ID on your phone.
 
Do not just take the phone up front from the person if you do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
 
DidSide note: did you ever resgisterregister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.
DidSide note: did you ever resgisterregister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the serial recorded in the phone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! If you can't get into the phones settings, on the back of the phone there are IMEI/MEID numbers that are also recorded on the original packaging that you can use to make an ID on your phone.
If you can match the serial recorded in the phone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! If you can't get into the phones settings, on the back of the phone there are IMEI/MEID numbers that are also recorded on the original packaging that you can use to make an ID on your phone.
 
Do not just take the phone up front from the person if you do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
 
Did you ever resgister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the serial recorded in the phone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do

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not just take the phone up front from the person if you do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
If you can match the serial recorded in the phone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do

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not just take the phone up front from the person if you do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
 
Did you ever resgister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the one eserial recorded in the phonephone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do not just take the phone up front from the person if you do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
If you can match the one eserial recorded in the phonephone's settings (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do not just take the phone up front from the person if you do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
 
Did you ever resgister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the one e recorded in the phone (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do not just take the phone up front from the person if it doesyou do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
If you can match the one e recorded in the phone (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do not just take the phone up front from the person if it doesyou do match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
 
Did you ever resgister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the one engraved on or recordede recorded in the phone (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do not just take the phone up front if it does match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
If you can match the one engraved on or recordede recorded in the phone (iPhone 6 does not have the physical serial engraving on the back) to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do not just take the phone up front if it does match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
 
Did you ever resgister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the one engraved on or recorded in the phone to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do not just take the phone up front if it does match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
If you can match the one engraved on or recorded in the phone to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back. Be sure to take lots of pictures! Do not just take the phone up front if it does match serial numbers. Make a report, contact the administration at your school and local police with the proof (photographic is best) and let them get it for you.
 
Did you ever resgister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Bearbeitet von: Andrew W. ,

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073
 
If you can match the one engraved on or recorded in the phone to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back.

Did you ever resgister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.
If you can match the one engraved on or recorded in the phone to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back.

Did you ever resgister the phone to your Apple Account? That contains some useful tools for finding a lost or stolen phone as well if you managed to register it.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Andrew W. ,

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Here's how you can find your device's serial number: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204073

If you can match the one engraved on or recorded in the phone to the one on the box you've got all the proof you need to make a police report and hopefully get your phone back.

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