Friday, December 23, 2016

4 comments:

Fabrice Vincent said...

Hello
Thanks you so much for MacTracker. It is so useful !
Though, I could find it even more awesome if I could:
- display specs of multiple models at once, eg in a table view
- have a model comparison feature to instantly show differences between 2 models
- or at least have a API or SQL access to MacTracker's database

Please..... :)

Anonymous said...

To Fabrice (above), the comparison feature you describe is already in MacTracker. Select 2 or more models, and choose File > Compare, or select the models, right-click > Compare.

Anonymous said...

A few more errors need fixing:

- Cinema Display (23-inch DVI) should be called Cinema HD Display (23-inch DVI)
- Cinema Display (30-inch DVI) should be called Cinema HD Display (30-inch DVI)
- Cinema Display (23-inch DVI Late 2005) should be called Cinema HD Display (23-inch DVI Late 2005)
- Cinema Display (30-inch DVI Late 2005) should be called Cinema HD Display (30-inch DVI Late 2005)

Apple named these "Cinema HD Display" because they are above HD resolution. Only the 20-inch models were called "Cinema Display" because they're less than HD resolution.

You can find these product names on Apple's support website. I'd add a URL for reference but your comments don't allow them.

Anonymous said...

INformation on Mac Mini 2012 & mac mini server 2012 do not indicate correctly that there are in fact 2 sata connections. it simply says 'Hard Drive Interface 6.0 Gbps Serial ATA (SATA) - this is both vague & misleading. should indicate 2 ports...
love this app, please stay detail specific & accurate. thank you.