Mactracker provides detailed information on every Apple Macintosh computer ever made, including items such as processor speed, memory, optical drives, graphic cards, supported OS versions, and expansion options. Also included is information on Apple mice, keyboards, displays, printers, scanners, speakers, cameras, iPod, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Wi-Fi products, Newton, iOS, Mac OS, and OS X versions.
Smart Categories + Smart Searching
Mactracker gives you the ability create smart categories by selecting a specification item such as processor type, date introduced or your color label. In addition, an iTunes-style search allows you to quickly find exactly which model you are looking for.
Mactracker allows you to select up to four models and highlight differences in their respective technical specifications.
Mactracker includes the model's original price, where available, in Australian dollars, Canadian dollars, euros, Hong Kong dollars, Japanese yen, New Zealand dollars, Norwegian krone, pounds sterling, Swedish kronor, Swiss francs and United States dollars.
In addition to listing technical specifications, Mactracker allows you to gauge the real-world performance with scores courtesy of Primate Labs Geekbench 2. The included results reflect an average of the user submitted benchmarks for models ranging from iBook (Dual USB) to MacBook Pro (Retina, Early 2013).
Make a note of it...
Each of the info windows has a Notes tab that allows you to add your own comments as well as links to Internet addresses, files, and folders that relate to the selected model. With the "My Models" section you can add details about your own models such as their serial number, purchase date, and warranty coverage end date.
Reviews and Quotes
Mactracker is the most comprehensive -- and easy to use -- resource on Apple products I've seen. The fact that it's free is icing on the cake.Dan Frakes, Macworld
In an ideal world, there would be some magical Mac application that knows just about everything there is to know about almost every Apple product ever created. This application would be free to download and easy for even non-nerds to use. Wouldn't that be something? As it turns out, this fantasy app is actually a reality, and it's called Mactracker.Joshua Johnson, AppStorm
Everyone has their indispensable, go-to utilities for the Mac, but for my money (that is, no money at all) you can't find a better reference tool for vintage Mac support than Ian Page's obsessively complete Mactracker.Michael Rose, TUAW
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