Ever wonder what kind of hardware was under the hood of a Macintosh XL? How about the Quadra 950? Mactracker is an open door to all information on nearly every aspect of every Apple product ever sold, from the Macintosh 128k to your brand new MBP or iMac, and everything in between.
On top of providing you with a detailed history of Apple products, this little app also tells you in-depth information about your machine, such as:
- Warranty status; still covered, soon to be dropped, no longer supported
- Overview of your hardware/software
- Memory and graphics info
- Connections and expansion
- Notes – links, issues, etc.
They literally left nothing out. There’s even a timeline of the company’s entire history, starting with the launch of the Macintosh 128k in January 1984 and ending in October 2011, when the most recent Macbooks were released. Yeah, you could just go to Google and search for everything Apple’s done in the past 30 years, but Mactracker has a well organized, easily accessible list of everything they’ve released – all in one spot. So, there’s no longer a need to spend hours searching the web and reading Wikipedia articles all day to learn about Apple’s history; it’s all at your fingertips with Mactracker.
For more information on Mactracker and it’s many features, you can visit Mactracker.ca