Some time back I lost an old iPad 1.
Recently, I was quite surprised when I saw an iPad 1 showcased while walking past a pawnshop. Perhaps coincidence, except for the fact that it has pretty much the same cover mine had (couldn't fully examine it but I'm rather sure this is it).
While I don't really intend to get it back, I'm quite curious to find out whether it is truly my old iPad - I might even find about whoever placed it there, dunno.
First thing I thought to confirm this, was the UDID. Fortunately, I do have the UDID for my old iPad (it was stored in my iTunes Connect page).
The problem with the UDID thing is that I'd need to connect the iPad to a computer to check for it. And I don't think I can do that (either the pawnshop owner won't be so cooperative or there really are no fit computers nearby to do it - plus, I don't think they have a cable (all my cables broke recently so I can't bring one either) ).
I heard of applications that can show the UDID. But again, I don't think that they are very cooperative, and also I'm not sure if there is Wi-Fi there.
I think that, as a minimum, the pawnshop owner would follow a few instructions, like opening the About page in the settings app.
So considering that I probably can't connect it to a computer or download any apps for it, how else can I check if this is my iPad? Is there another data field other than the UDID that I can check easily? I fear that the fact that it is the same cover, while highly suspicious, is not good enough.
I believe that it has the 5.0.1 iOS version.