Apple Gives the Mac Mini a Major Upgrade

Posted on October 30, 2018 by Mehedi Hassan in Apple with 16 Comments

Apple is giving the Mac Mini a major upgrade since the last upgrade that was launched back in 2014. The company is introducing a significantly upgraded Mac Mini device at its hardware event in New York City today. It’s the biggest upgrade ever to the Mac Mini.

The upgraded Mac Mini is heavily aimed at professionals with a smaller budget. This device is more for professionals that can’t really afford the expensive iMac Pro or the iMac. Apple has refreshed the internal design of the device to include Intel’s latest and greatest processors. Every Mac Mini now comes with 4 cores, as well as new 6 core variants. The upgraded device comes with up to 60% faster graphics. You can now get up to 64GB of RAM and up to 4-times faster 2TB SSD on the new Mac Mini, a massive step forward.

The device is up to a massive 5 times faster in performance than before. The device comes with a much more refined design on the outside as well, now coming with Type-C ports and a gorgeous Space Gray edition. It comes with a total of four Thunderbolt 3 Type-C ports. It’s built with 100% recyclable aluminium.

Starts at $799 for 8GB RAM, Core i3 processor and 128GB SSD. Pre-orders open today, shipping November 7.

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