Thursday, December 06, 2007

Mactracker 5


Release Notes:

- Adds MacBook (13-inch Late 2007)
- Adds iPod classic
- Adds iPod touch
- Adds iPod nano (3rd Generation)
- Adds Mac OS X 10.5
- Adds Mac OS X Server 10.5
- Adds Apple Keyboard (Aluminum) and Apple Wireless Keyboard (Aluminum)
- iPod nano (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition entry merged with iPod nano (2nd Generation)
- ImageWriter, StyleWriter, and LaserWriter models have been merged into a single category
- Mac OS X entries have been moved into their own category
- Adds support for Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard"
- Numerous user interface improvements
- New update engine based on Sparkle
- Adds introduction price, where available, in Canadian dollars, euros, pounds sterling, and United States dollars
- Adds iCal integration for tracking warranty status for "My Mac model" entries (Mac OS X v10.4 and later)
- Model Name, Machine ID, Model Number, Order Number, and Processor type can be searched directly from the main window
- Smart Categories can be re-ordered through the View Options window
- Option-clicking on specification entries will copy the text to the clipboard
- Command-clicking on specification entries will display the text in very large type
- Adds additional information to Newton MessagePad models
- Adds "iTunes Version" compatibility information to iPod models
- Adds "Release Date" and link to Apple Support Downloads page for Mac OS X updates
- Updates "Maximum Mac OS" entry based on the system requirements of Mac OS X v10.5
- Adds history info for the latest models
- Fixes an issue where windows would not properly retain their position with multiple displays
- Fixes flicker when opening the "Find" window
- Fixes issue where "My Mac model" and "Links" entries cannot be re-ordered
- Other minor changes and additions


onicon said...

Great job! I so love this app. Will you release an updated Windows version soon?

Kirsch said...

Love MacTracker, awesome since back in the day...

Anonymous said...

I love mactracker!!! It rocks my world!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on all the good work with Mactracker. Keep it up!

H.A. Rothberg said...

Mactracker is fantastic! I'm wondering... is there a way to quickly import "My Mac" information into one database? In other words, I have four Macs in my office. I would like to be able to have all the information (serial no, warranty status, configuration, etc.) on all the models, to be available on my main computer within MacTracker.

Any advice or suggestions is appreciated!