Mactracker 7.12.2 - Free Apple Lexicon has been updated

Developer Ian Page has been offering the for years Mactracker app as a free overview of Apple's devices and systems. The App you can use it on the Mac as well as on the iPhone and iPad. It is also currently completely up-to-date, as Mactracker 7.12.2 for macOS and Mactracker 4.7.2 for iOS and iPadOS were released two days ago. These new versions contain, among other things, information about the devices that Apple has released in recent months. I have summarized what is new for you below.

Mac version of Mactracker app has been updated to 7.12.2. The free Apple encyclopedia now also includes the devices that came onto the market in the first few months of 2023.
Mac version of Mactracker app has been updated to 7.12.2. The free Apple encyclopedia now also includes the devices that came onto the market in the first few months of 2023.

This was added to the Mactracker app in March 2023

A lot has happened at Apple since the last update of the Mactracker app. Different devices have been released and updates have been released for different operating systems. The updates to Ian Page's lexicon offering include the following:

Among other things, the Mac mini 2023 was added. In the various tabs "General", "Software", "Memory and Graphics", etc. you will find all the details about the device, the hardware, the operating system, and much more.
Among other things, the Mac mini 2023 was added. In the various tabs “General”, “Software”, “Memory and Graphics”, etc. you will find all the details about the device, the hardware, the operating system, and much more.

Mactracker 7.12.2 for the Apple Mac

By far the most reviews for the Mactracker app are filled with praise, giving it 5 stars out of 5. The biggest point of criticism for those who want to criticize something is that the updates for new devices and systems are entered with a time delay. But it's a leisure project, the results of which are offered free of charge - and by a single person. Of course, you can't expect updates to be released as soon as each new Apple product is released. 

If you want to check out Mactracker for Mac yourself, you can via the Mac App Store. The good thing about it: You don't need a current operating system for this, you can download the app macOS 10.12 Sierra (2016) use. This will certainly remain this way for a long time, as the Mactracker app does not require high CPU, GPU and Co. has. In the app you can create an overview of your own devices via “My Models”. This not only allows you to keep an overview, but also shows you what warranty status the individual devices have.

In addition to an overview of all possible and long-forgotten Apple devices and systems, you can also create your own list. This allows you to keep an eye on your devices and their status.
In addition to an overview of all possible and long-forgotten Apple devices and systems, you can also create your own list. This allows you to keep an eye on your devices and their status.

Mactracker 4.7.2 for iPhone and iPad

The version for mobile Apple devices also has mostly very good ratings. Here the biggest point of criticism of the people who write a review also consists of the updates, some of which were issued quite late. However, here too, one must be aware that it is not a software development studio that is behind the offer, but an individual who offers both the Mac and mobile versions of the app for free. You can also exercise a bit of patience here.

Incidentally, Mactracker can be used on the iPhone and iPad iOS12 (2018) be used - i.e. on partly right old models. The software not only offers you an overview of all previous Apple devices and systems, but also information about the iPhone or iPad on which you use it under "This Device". And there really everything is broken down, from model number and support status to display, memory and RAM to supported file formats and the advertising slogan. You will find the download in the iOS and iPadOS App Store.

You can also access information about all sorts of Apple releases on the iPhone (and iPad). In addition, you can quickly and easily access the information of the device you are holding.
You can also access information about all sorts of Apple releases on the iPhone (and iPad). In addition, you can quickly and easily access the information of the device you are holding.
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