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 Smart Keyboard Folio
- Adds details on latest OS releases
- Updates Support Status for Apple's latest Vintage and Obsolete products
- Other minor changes and additions
Ratings and Reviews
Highly recommended for any technician supporting Apple Hardware
As a technician supporting Apple Hardware this app in all its incarnations is invaluable. I have lost count of the times over the years I have either referenced this app for my own information, or to provide information to others.
I have often referenced it to find information regarding Model Numbers, or the Year of Release, what hardware configurations etc to assist in supporting the devices I am asked to support.
When you are at a client site and they ask why something cannot be upgraded past x version, or why they cannot add more memory its extremely handy to be able to quickly pull up an independent reference. Apple Hardware has a lifespan that often exceeds that expected (and perhaps longer than Apple would prefer without replacement) and being able to point out the maximum OS, or other information has often led to either the client or other parties involved understanding exactly why something cannot be done.
I have used this app for probably 15 years. It reminds me of the many great macs and devices I have used over the years since my first in the early ‘90s and the many more I coveted but never owned. It provides a useful tool to make quick comparison on the benefits of upgrading to a new unit. The range included in the listing of all Apple products has become quite comprehensive, but it is probably of most interest to the seriously devoted and nostalgic Apple user. It’s a bit like catching up with an old friend.
Underrated yet most valuable resource
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This is a really underrated yet valuable resource for historical information, comparisons etc
I find the Mac version easier to use, but I use the iOS version on my iPhone the most. You’d need to scroll through the device’s info without tabs however.
Also tracks your existing growing inventory of Apple devices. iCloud Sync for “My Models" would be perfect!
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.