No, not that old thing. This is a tidbit for you Mac fanatics out there. ChessBase has long since given up on the Mac platform, but there is hope for you. There are various emulators so you can use your Windows programs on your Mac, and they work better than they used to now that Macs have gone to Intel chips, but there are also native programs. (The Commentariat reminds that you can also just dual-boot Windows and Mac OS on the latest Macs, but I meant a more integrated experience. I don't want to have to switch back and forth like that to get full performance, which is why I don't have a Mac. But I'm considering one now.)
This news item mentions one of them, HIARCS. The venerable engine has a new Mac version out, with the ungainly name "Macintosh Sigma Chess 6.1.4 HIARCS 11." The official site is here. If they send me a review copy I'll load it up on my wife's MacBook Pro. Feel free to share your Mac chess software expertise, emulated or otherwise.