It seems that the plans Apple launching a new Mac Mini with an even more compact design may have been left for later. According to information from reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the new generation of computers may not arrive until next year with the same body as the current model.
Over the weekend, Kuo said in his Twitter who thinks the new 2023 Mac Mini should keep the same design and form factor as the current generation.
This does not mean that the rumors related to the more compact design are false, but rather that Apple would have chosen to continue with practically the same chassis used for almost a decade.
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There’s still no news that reiterates this possibility, but according to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, “M2-chip versions of the MacBook Air, Mac Mini, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and 24-inch iMac are in the pipeline. under development for launch between this year and next.”
Therefore, it is likely that a new Mac Mini will not be announced until 2023, but it is not possible to define whether the model should keep its current design or offer a more compact version with various color options.
This year, Apple is expected to complete the chip transition Intel for Apple Silicon with the Mac Pro, which must be equipped by the huge and powerful M2 Extreme chipoffering a leap in nomenclature and more power than the already mighty M1 Ultra, now with up to 48 CPU cores and up to 128 GPU cores.
Upon its release, the new Mac Mini expected to feature M2 and M2 Pro chipsdelivering better performance for those who still prefer compact hardware, whether it’s a new or old design.
More news should still emerge in the coming months, so stay tuned to Canaltech so you don’t miss any details.
Source: Ming Chi Kuo
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