Apple is expected to launch a new model of Mac Mini next year in the smart gadget market. There is a lot of news these days about the design and specifications of this new Apple product in cyberspace, but today in the latest report it was mentioned that the Mac Mini 2023 will have a design similar to the current generation Mac Mini, so it should not be Looking forward to a new look for this little tech giant of the American tech giant. Accordingly, Apple's new Mac Mini will use the same design as the current generation Mac mini. In other words, the new Mac Mini uses the same simple aluminum design that the company has been using since 2010 for these products. Earlier this week, it was reported that Apple's new high-end Mac Mini would not be unveiled until 2023. Currently, although the lower-end model of the Mac Mini uses the M1 chipset, users have no choice but to use Intel processors to use the upgraded model. But it is said that a more powerful model of this computer will be introduced with M2 Max and M2 Pro chips.
Although Ming - Chi Koo has announced the same design of the new Mac mini, but many other sources have the opposite opinion. For example, another well-known technology revealer, John Prosser, reports that the iPhone maker will launch its new mini-computer with a smaller chassis and protection similar to the new Plexiglas. Apple is rumored to be working on this new Mac Mini model. So we should not be too surprised if the company introduces this new product with a new design.
Because this new design will keep pace with changes in the technical specifications of this new computer. Previous reports have suggested that the new Mac Mini will use the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. But now there is new news about it.
- The new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with the M2 chip will be launched later this year
9to5mac reports that Apple's new Mac Mini will be equipped with two different versions of the company's new M-series chips. An unnamed tech expert has announced that Apple's low-end Mac will be equipped with the M2 chip, and the high-end version will use the M2 Pro chip.
Still little information Apple's M2 chip has not been reported in the media, but Mark Gorman, a well-known journalist and analyst at Bloomberg News, believes that Apple's M2 chip has eight cores, which gives its users higher performance than the eight-core M1 processor.
It should be noted that in 2020, Apple introduced the Mac Mini lowering model with the M1 chipset. "Although the M1 chip was introduced with a 7- or 8-core GPU, it looks like the M2 chip will have 9 or 10 cores, which will definitely perform very well," Gorman said of the GPU. The M2 Pro chip, with 8 high-power and 4 low-power cores, will have a total of 12 processor cores, compared to the M1 processor's 10 core cores, the 9to5mac website reported. It was also recently announced that Apple has begun testing the M2 chipset, so we will see the chip unveiled in the near future. More and more accurate news about the new generation of American technology giant McMinay will probably be published in the news media in the coming days.