Press the ‘Home’ button of your iPhone and unlock it by sliding your finger across its screen. Now go to the main menu. Now, check whether the signals are strong or not by looking at the bar at the top left corner of your screen. If you see more than one bar, it means your signals are OK.
Now, find the ‘Settings’ icon on your menu screen. It is usually at the bottom of your screen and is grey in colour with a design of mechanical gears in it.
When you enter the ‘Settings’, tap ‘General’ from the list which will be displayed on your screen. You will find ‘General’ nearly at the bottom of your screen. Then, wait for a new options screen to appear.
You have to tap the ‘About’ option which is displayed nearly at the top of your screen. Now, wait for some time until the new options screen appears.
Now, scroll down the screen by your finger in order to find ‘Wi-Fi Address’ which will be located nearly in the middle of your screen. The 12-digit alphanumeric number, which will appear on your screen, is the MAC address of your iPhone. You can easily note this number down in order to connect any network programme or any device which may require it.