Developer: Ian Page
Current Version: 7.6.4
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Download Size: 84 MB - Download
Mactracker provides detailed information on every Apple Macintosh, iPod, iPhone, and iPad ever made, including items such as processor speed, memory, graphic cards, supported OS versions, price, storage, and expansion options. Also included is information on early Apple systems, Newton, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Apple accessories, displays, printers, scanners, storage, Wi-Fi products, and operating systems.
- Adds AirPods
- Adds details on latest OS releases
- Updates Support Status for Apple's latest Vintage and Obsolete products
- Other minor changes and additions
Most Helpful Reviews
A must have app! - Even if you’re a casual user (i.e. not a tech geek) you should download this app. You will find it immensely helpful (especially in times of need like repairs, resale, getting replacement parts, etc.) for identifying your exact computer or idevice. For the Apple/Mac afficiando or collector, it is an invaluable tool. It’s also fun to just take a trip down memory lane through all the many, many years of Apple products. How many products have you owned? Do you remember your first Apple II from back in the 70’s? Ian Page has done an excellent job with this app. Thank you Ian!
Crashes under Mountain Lion - Apparently this app either does not run under Snow Leopard, or does not run on a 32-bit Mac. The app's description should be changed to reflect this fact.
More Reviews for Current Version
Lag bug? - Love the app, but when scrolling through the pages, there’s lag on my 2016 MacBook Pro, didn’t happen on my 2012 MacBook Pro. It should be fixable right? keep up the good work.
EXTREMELY useful app - I can’t even recall how many times I’ve used this app to check this spec or that spec, making sure everything is compatible, etc. Just buying and selling on eBay alone has made this app a godsend. If you need to know a piece of information about an Apple product, you probably find it here. Extremely simple to use too. Honestly, it’s pretty much perfect.