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What's new in MacTracker 7.4.1:
- Adds details on latest OS X and iOS releases
- Updates Support Status for Apple's latest Vintage and Obsolete products
- Other minor changes and additions
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- Ian Page
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From MacTracker’s main window you can easily browse through Apple’s product history and view detailed information about a wide variety of products. All items are grouped in different categories based on their release date and product type.
Consequently, you can view all desktop and notebook models, servers, devices and even operating systems. You can check the list with all current models, view details about your current mac and check the history of all previous models
What is more, you can create your own smart categories with products that fall under a certain specification. You can also exclude items that fall under the desired criteria. Thanks to the built-in search feature you can quickly find various products as soon as you start typing.
Compare benchmark scores
All products are displayed in chronological order and you can select multiple devices or computers and compare them side by side. You can compare their processor speed, memory, graphic cards, supported operating system versions, optical drives, expansion options and even their real-world performance with scores provided by Geekbench.
Furthermore, MacTracker helps you keep track of all your products and organize them according to their warranty status. This feature comes in handy if you have multiple apple products such as iPods, Apple TVs, iPhones, iPads, iMacs or MacBooks.
Once a product is selected you can view a list with technical information about its components, supported operating systems, memory and graphics specs, connections and expansion, history, notes and external links to related webpages.
MacTracker was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on November 24th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later (Intel only)