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I am trying to identify an unknown device in my wifi that has a MAC address 70:DE:E2:67:03:5E. Anyway to know if it's an iPhone or iPad
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If you are asking to verify if it is made by apple then you can look it up here: https://macvendors.com/
Unfortunately to determine the difference between iPhone and iPad is not reliable based on just MAC address.
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You can only tell the vendor normally with the MAC address (Intel, Apple and so on). It never tells you what device it is on.

In a number of cases you can replace the network card, so getting the actual device is hopeless.
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Look up MAC addresses here: http://aruljohn.com/mac.pl

That MAC address is an Apple... as others pointed out, you can't determine an iPad or Mac, just a vendor.
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by:Malmensa
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Apple should know, and the MAY help you. (or not).

Might be worth asking I suppose.
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