One of my go-to app’s I use most everyday is also one of my favorites. It is a well written, very functional program listing of all Apple products, their specs, year introduced and when it was discontinued, along with reams of other helpful specs and information- on a per machine basis.
Sounds kinda of dry, does it? I’m not saying I just sit there and study it, although I have- no, I use it as a utility.
Say I’m searching eBay for a iBook Clamshell and my search is fruitful returning a handful of choices to consider. Of the choices, I want to know which one is the first generation, or first color this cute machine was made in. I immediately launch this handy-dandy app MacTracker.
It is highly organized database. It is easy to use and offers more info than the average collector will want. Click to enlarge
Bottom-line: MacTracker is a free app for Mac Fans to identify each machine Apple made and everything you’ll want to know, including pics. Check it out- MacTracker. The desktop version is the best, although the iPad/iPhone version provides the basics.