One thing it hasn't been, up until now, is a Universal Binary. Since the REALBasic environment Ian uses started gracefully popping out those two-faced apps in early October, Mactracker has now caught up and the 4.1 release has all the Intel goodness one could wish.
Read on for additional new features, courtesy of the Mactracker blog... - Adds latest Apple hardware
- MacBook models have been moved into their own category
- Adds "My Mac models" list to "Notes" tab of Mac info windows
- Adds "My Mac models" category in the main window which shows models with entries in their "My Mac models" list
- Adds option to show a model's icon in the main window
- Adds information on whether a Power Mac G5 model uses a built-in or external AirPort antenna
- Adds information on the current iPod software version
- Adds Motion Sensor as separate entry rather than as an addition to Hard Drive entry
- Adds ability to link to info windows using the "mactracker://" URI scheme
and other nice, homey touches. Go get your copy (free, Free, FREE) and remind yourself exactly what an SE/30 (pound for pound, my favorite all-in-one Mac) startup sounded like.