Mactracker review: One stop for all your Apple tech spec needs
An oldie and a still goodie, Ian Page’s free MacTracker app delivers the details for every Apple thing you own.
- Includes a lot of historical data
- Also comes in an iOS version
- Needs a way to display the warranty end date
Mactracker is a useful tool that contains quite a lot of historical data. It's a worthy addition to your iPhone or Mac's app collection.
Figuring out what model of Apple device you have can be baffling. Apple has spent most of the last two decades resisting sticking model numbers on its Macs and only differentiating iPhones and some iPads. Try to figure out the Apple TV you own, and it's a 3rd generation. Want to know if you can upgrade a 2015 iMac? Well, is that a regular display, Retina 4K (21.5-inch) or 5K (27-inch) you bought in 2015 released in 2014, or the Mid 2015, or Late 2015 version?
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