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Apple Macintosh Specs - By Capability & Identifier

Complete technical details on every recent Apple Macintosh -- G3 and newer -- with various capabilities and identifiers of each model provided in a convenient list format.

Also see: Apple Systems By Series, By Year, By Processor, By Case Type & Ultimate Mac Comparison.




Recent Apple Macs - Capability Listings

The following capabilities of each G3 and later Mac are listed on a single page. For example, the "AirPort Capabilities" listing displays which type of wireless networking is supported by each Mac and whether or not it was pre-installed.

Actual Maximum RAM Capacity

USB & Firewire Capabilities

AirPort Capabilities

Bluetooth Capabilities

Ethernet Capabilities

Optical Drive Capabilities

Primary Display Capabilities

Secondary Display Capabilities

Graphics Cards (Notebooks)

Graphics Cards (Desktops)

Processor Upgrade (Socket)

Hard Drive Interface

Minimum Supported Mac OS

Maximum Supported Mac OS

Mac OS 9/Classic Support

Maximum Supported Windows


Recent Apple Macs - Identifier Listings

The most common identifiers for G3 and later Macs are each listed below.

For example, the MacBook "Core 2 Duo" 2.0 13-Inch (Unibody) can be identified by its US Order Number (MB466LL/A), its Model Number (A1278), its EMC Number (2254), its Model ID (MacBook5,1), and its official "Apple Subfamily" designation (Late 2008).

However, please note that these identifiers often are not unique (only the order number is unique in the above example), but still can be useful to track down a particular Mac. You also can lookup a Mac by Order Number, Model Number, EMC Number, Model Identifier, or the last characters of a Serial Number.

Order Number/Part Number

Model Number/Family Number

EMC Number

Machine Model/Model Identifier

Apple Subfamily

 



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