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Mactracker 6.0

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Ian Page has released version 6.0 of his encyclopedia of Apple hardware, Mactracker, adding new features and updates to its extensive database of nearly every Apple hardware product ever made. Each entry contains plenty of detail, including technical specs, the original sale price in 10 different markets, and benchmarking data (you can even compare the specifications of up to four devices). The most significant enhancement is a complete overhaul of the app’s interface, featuring a new in-window search function and “smart categories” whose contents are based on a search query. (Free from Ian Page’s Web site or the Mac App Store, 21.9 MB)


 

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hjtromp  An apple icon for a TidBITS Contributor 2011-05-03 10:33
Ian Page did a great job, again!
While I like the link to manuals, the link took me to a page on Apple.com with several different manuals, meaning that I had to refer back to Mactracker for the correct one.