Apple is gearing up for the WWDC 2021. The company is expected to unveil iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS 12, etc. Apple is also expected to unveil a new MacBook Pro alongside. Ahead of the annual developer event, new details of another Mac device have leaked online. Tipster Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech has leaked the Apple M1X Mac mini design renders. The renders reveal that Apple’s upcoming compact desktop computer is getting a redesign this year. Prosser claims that the new Mac mini will also draw power from an M1X chip rumoured to launch later this year. Let’s take a look at the Apple Mac mini M1X design renders, specifications, and other details.
Apple Mac mini M1X design renders
Apple could launch a new Mac mini M1X later this year. Ahead of the launch, design renders of the desktop computer have leaked online.
Tipster Jon Prosser has uploaded new design renders of the Mac mini. Prosser claims that Apple will redesign its compact desktop. The Mac mini is getting smaller in size. It will have more ports than the current M1 Mac mini. Prosser claims that it will have the same magnetic power connection found on the 24” iMac M1. It will have four Thunderbolt USB Type-C ports and two USB Type-A ports. The compact Mac will also have Ethernet and HDMI ports. Unlike the upcoming MacBook Pro, the mini will not have an SD card slot, according to Prosser.
The tipster also claims that the metal case is also changing this year. It will have some “plexiglass-like material on top of the aluminium casing. Apple is also testing some two-tone colour options for the Mac mini.
Prosser reiterated some of Bloomberg’s recent leak on the upcoming Mac lineup. The report stated that the upcoming Mac mini will have a 10-core CPU with up to 64GB of RAM. The device will also have 16 or 32 graphics core. Mark Gurman from Bloomberg had also revealed that the upcoming MacBook Air will come with an upgraded M1 chip with more power. This perhaps could be the M1X chip that will launch on the mini as well.
There is no word on the exact launch date of the upcoming Mac’s mini version. The company is currently gearing up for WWDC 2021 that kicks off on June 7.
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