Apple went to New York City today for another great product show to end October. The event, which began today at 10:00, saw the manufacturer reveal a new iPad Pro and Mac hardware, announcing new discoveries as an enhanced Mac Mini.
The new Mac mini will now be delivered with 4 cores by default, but you can choose one with 6 cores, with the 8th generation GPU being said to make the product 5x faster than previous models. It will also contain 32GB of RAM with support for up to 64GB, and support for storage up to 2TB. This is the first time Apple has updated its Mac mini product since 2014, so the update has been a long time. With all these changes, the Mac Mini exterior still looks with all upgrades underneath the hood.
In addition, it will pack the new T2 security chip as well as four USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports, two USB-A ports, as well as HDMI and Ethernet options.
Mac mini previously started at $ 499, offering the full Mac experience in a small 7.7-inch package. You can simply connect your own peripheral devices and create a modular desktop computer that offers energy efficiency and a small profile to keep your work surface unrestricted.
The updated version will be available on November 7th with prices starting at 799 USD. The base model will contain a four-core Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB RAM and 128GB of SSD storage, which can be configured as you fit as long as you want to throw the right amount of money on it.
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