With the curious passing of time many different Apples have fallen from the silicone tree of one Steve Jobs, and the free â€œMactrackerâ€ application has compiled history and details for each and every one!
To some, many consumersâ€™ allegiance to Apple products is so strong that it could be compared to a cult religion. For those followers with an iPhone, or for the average history and technology buffs: this amazing App is for you.
In the computer world Macs are certainly the minority, but this should in no way impose that Macs are inferior; on the contrary those that have wisely chosen to adopt a bite of Apple technology somewhere along the line have rarely turned back from the intuitive, intelligent, innovative â€“ do I have enough Iâ€™s there â€“ and, in myriad ways, superior products on the whole.
Mac has been loyal to its customers and they in turn have been loyal to Mac. So reminisce about a radical college studentâ€™s first iPod purchase, back before everyone had one, or look back and see exactly when the Macintosh PowerBook 520c was introduced in 1994 for $2,900.
The â€œMactrackerâ€ App easily lists groupings of Apple Desktops, Notebooks, Servers, Devices â€“ like the iPhone and iPod â€“ and Software.
The real genius here graces the touch-screen once a specific product is chosen. Each one is given a picture, general information like the introduction dates, discontinued dates, machine ID, model numbers, original prices and weight; then the processing, storage, display and graphics, expansion and power, ports, environmental and even software details are each grouped separately revealing everything about the awesome Apples.
The â€œMactrackerâ€ App also includes a bonus at the end of every computing device: the audio of the specific computerâ€™s Startup Chime!
IMPULSIVE Review Grade: A+
Excuse me, but shouldn’t … ‘silicone’ be.. ‘silicon’. ?!!
Me thinks the author has something else on his mind besides trees…
A Freudian slip pertaining to round apples?