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coconutIdentityCard is a small app that reads out where and when your Mac and your iPod were built by Apple.



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What is coconutIdentityCard?

coconutIdentityCard is a small app that reads out where and when your Mac and your iPod were built by Apple.
Just plug in your iPod while the app is running and it will show you the information about your iPod instantly.
Because it's UniversalBinary, it will run also on the new Intel-Based-Macs.
Format of the date: dd.mm.yyyy
You also can enter any 11-character Apple serial number and the app will identify the build-location and the date when the product was built.

New since 2.1: coconutIdentityCard is able to check your serials against internet-databases of stolen Apple products. (A negative result is no guarantee that it isn't stolen)
Currently coconutIdentityCard checks the database of www.powermax.com - if you know other databases, please send me an email with a link to the database - I will try to add it soon.

The new cool Icon was designed by Rob Mientjes - check out his website on http://zooibaai.nl

(65KB; Required: MacOS X 10.3.9+)

http://www.coconut-flavour.com/coconutidentitycard/index.html