It depends on which IP address you mean. An IP address is assigned by the network when your phone connects to it, so if you have a WiFi connection you can see the IP address in Settings/WiFi, then tap on the i next to the network name. Note that this will be the address on your local network, not the address that someone outside of your local network will see. For that use the next paragraph when connected to WiFi.
Basically, you can find the IP Address on iPhone or iPad through a Wi-Fi network that you are connected to. Open the Settings app from your home screen on your iPhone or iPad. Find IP Address of Other Devices on Your Network. In this article, we would be dealing with ways to find the private IP address of the devices. The public IP address of all the devices within the same network remains the same i.e. The IP address of your router. In case you don’t know, public and private IP address, it’s fairly simple. The correct IP address isn't contained in the last Received line because information faked by a sender appears at the bottom of an email header. To find the correct address: Start from the last Received line and trace the path taken by the message by traveling up through the header. Your iPhone’s current IP address for the selected Wi-Fi network is displayed at the top of the window, as shown above. Avidemux 2.5 download. If your iPhone is connected to an IPv6-enabled network, your iPhone is also assigned one or more IPv6 IP addresses. Tap IP Address in the IPv6 Address section to view those IP addresses. Select the information icon to the right of the connected network. Tap on the blue lowercase (i) in the circle, for the address section of your iPhone. The title labeled IP Address would be your local IP address for your iPhone. In this case, my iPhone's IP Address is 192.168.1.13.
If you have a cellular connection it's a bit trickier. You need to go to a website that will return your IP address. One is Gibson Research, http://grc.com. Follow the links to the Shields Up! test.
Having answered the question you asked, is it what you meant to ask? Or is it some other value you need, like the phone's MAC address (WiFi address) or its IMEI (your cellular network identification)?
Dec 18, 2016 6:55 PM