Developer Ian Page has updated MacTracker
, the Mac OS X reference tool for all things Apple. Version 5.0.8 adds newly released MacBook (Pro / Air) models, the new iPhone 3G S and several other enhancements.
Mactracker provides detailed information on every Apple Macintosh computer ever made, including items such as processor speed, memory, optical drives, graphics cards, supported Mac OS versions, and expansion options. Also included is information on Apple mice, keyboards, displays, printers, scanners, digital cameras, iPod, Apple TV, iPhone, Wi-Fi Cards/Base Stations, Newton, and Mac OS versions.
According to the app’s developers, new in this version is the addition of MacBook Pro (17-inch, Mid 2009), MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2009), MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2.53 GHz, Mid 2009), MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2009), MacBook Air (Mid 2009), MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2009) and iPhone 3GS.
Using the app, you can also get information on the performance of the systems and gauge the real-world performance with scores courtesy of Primate Labs Geekbench 2. User-submitted benchmarks are now available for models ranging from iBook (Dual USB) to MacBook Pro (Mid 2009). Info windows contain photos and descriptions courtesy of The Apple Museum, Apple-History.com, Andy F. Mesa, and Wikipedia. The details to every system include items such as processor speed, memory, optical drives, graphics cards, supported Mac OS versions, and expansion options. Info on accessories and peripherals (mice, keyboards, displays, printers, scanners, digital cameras) is also available.
For fanatics, Mactracker offers the ability to create customized categories by selecting a specification item such as processor type, date introduced or a color label. A search engine browses the entire database (including comments) and allows users to sort the results by model name, date, or specification. Download MacTracker (Free)