The new Mac mini is coming! Here is its design and features

Leaks of Apple’s next Mac mini model are starting to come in. Here are the expected design and specifications.

Having been very active this year, Apple introduced its new computer and tablets at an event it organized in recent months. In addition, the company, which released the iOS 14.5 operating system, managed to make users smile on many sides. This time, the company is preparing for a new event, and the news about the new Mac mini, which is expected to be introduced here, has started coming in.

A few days ago, Apple announced that it will hold the WWDC21 Developer Conference on June 7, by sending an e-mail to its users . The company held such an event in the middle of the year similarly last year and announced the M1 chipset it developed. Apple, which is expected to implement the same strategy at this conference, will probably also launch the new chipset M2. However, the high-end Mac mini model is expected to be launched at the event to be held in the coming days.

New Mac mini design revealed

According to information revealed by foreign sources, Apple will include its self-developed M2 chipset in the high-end Mac mini and will make many changes on the design side.

According to the pictures shared by technology agent Jon Prosser, the 2021 model Mac mini will come with a stylish design with a glass cover on the view side. In addition, the new Mac mini will be reduced in volume and will have at least two color options.

In terms of interfaces, the new Mac mini; It will have the same interfaces as the current Intel-based Mac Mini equipped with 4 Thunderbolt ports, 2 USB-A ports, Ethernet port and HDMI ports.

On the other hand, according to sources that made the leak, Apple will equip the new Mac with the same magnetic power interface as the 24-inch iMac model. In this way, while it is easier to remove and install the power supply, it will also provide an advantage on the portability side.

As for performance, the new Mac mini will be powered by the M2 chipset , which has gone through TSMC’s second-generation 5nm process . This will reduce processor power consumption by 10 percent while at the same time improving performance.

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