If you plan on picking up the brand new Mac mini, which Apple launched earlier this year, and want to upgrade the RAM inside, the fine folks at iFixit have an option for you.
Following hot on the heels of the teardown of Apple’s MacBook Air (2018), the iFixit crew has gone ahead and carefully pulled apart the newest Mac mini.
Another day, another Apple device launch, and another review roundup from the company promoting its latest hardware.
Last month, Apple refreshed its Mac mini lineup after 4 long years. While the new Mac mini looks the same externally as the outgoing model, it comes with significantly more powerful and beefed up internals making it apt for pros. Ahead of the new mini going on sale tomorrow, the first set of reviews of the device are out. Let’s see what other publications have to say about Apple’s new Mac mini.
The new Mac mini is coming on Wednesday, November 7, and the first benchmark tests for the upcoming desktop device have surfaced ahead of the public launch.
Apple hosted a pretty exciting event earlier this week, marking “There’s more in the making” as one of the company’s best to date.
After four long years, Apple has finally updated the trusty old Mac mini. On stage at the recent Apple event, Apple acknowledged that this little computer wears many hats. It’s perfect for scenarios where portability isn’t top priority and you don’t want to spring for an iMac. And at $799 starting price, the Mac mini is still the cheapest way to get into the Mac ecosystem. Oh and there’s a gorgeous new Space Grey finish.
Apple’s “There’s more in the making” event was designed around the idea that people create things with the company’s products, so it wanted to introduce new devices to help folks do that.
Apple’s event in Brooklyn, New York, is now over. And, as is par for the course, the company has shared the videos it originally showcased at the event on its YouTube channel.
You Can Now Preorder the 2018 iPad Pro, MacBook Air With Retina Display, New Mac mini, and New Apple Pencil
Apple’s latest event, which took place in Brooklyn, New York, wrapped up not too long ago. And, as expected, the company’s latest devices are now available to preorder.