Need Any Info For Your Apple Device? Use Mactracker
For some of you who need to be knowledgeable about the details and specifications of your Mac systems or any other Apple accessory, there is one application that was developed especially for this purpose and it’s called the Mactracker.
Mactracker is a database software that contains all the data you have always wanted to know about any Apple product available. From the history of an Apple product, to the specifications of the model, images as well as data regarding the date of release and when it was launched, you will be able to find it using the Mactracker. Information such as processor speed, memory, upgrade, and expansion options are available for all Apply computer models. You can also search for data about Apple printers, scanners, monitors, digital cameras, and the previous versions of Mac operating systems.
There are two ways you can use to search for data using the Mactracker. First, you can perform a search using the main window and fill out the blank filled on the top portion of the window. This will search data only in the selected category. You may use this approach to quickly find data about a product if you already know the category. Also, you may perform a search in every part of the database and results and specifications will be categorized so you can easily find what you are looking for.
Following the trend established by Apple using smart play lists and folders, Mactracker also features smart categories. With this feature, you will be able to create your own categories that will be filled based on specific criteria that you set. Although this feature is not considered very fast for one-time searches, it is still an ideal way for categorizing data that you need.
Mactracker also lets you view information using the Timeline view where you can see the results according to their launch date. All products are grouped by their release date so you will be able to see the evolution of Apple’s products and how an older model influenced the latest product releases.
So, if you want data about all types of Apple products, download the Mactracker today.
What’s new in this version?
- Mac Pro Server Data (Mid 2010)
- MacBook Air Data (11-inch, Late 2010)
- MacBook Air Data (13-inch, Late 2010)
- Updates listing for MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2010) and MacBook Pro (17-inch, Mid 2010) with the latest processor option
- Added “Original OS” and “Maximum OS” entries for iOS devices
- Added support for adding reminders to iCal calendars on CalDAV servers on Mac OS X 10.5 or later