Apple refreshes Mac Mini with up to 6-core Intel Core i5 processor, More RAM and T2 Security Chip
Apple has also refreshed its Mac Mini to give users powerful machine in small size. Now it includes the latest generation of Intel processors.
The new Mac mini is made of 100% recyclable aluminum and comes in a new cool Space Gray finish. It is made in a way to offer improved cooling to support the considerably more powerful hardware.
The new Mac mini is powered by Quad-Core and 6-core 8th-generation Intel Core processors with Turbo Boost Speeds up to 4.6GHz. It comes with up to 64GB 2666 MHz memory and up to 2TB SSD. With all the new changes. The new Mac mini claims to offer up for 5x better performance than its predecessor.
The graphics performance has also been boosted and Apple claims that the new Mac mini is 60% more powerful when it comes to graphically-intensive tasks.
It also features Apple T2 Security Chip. Mac mini comes with four Thunderbolt 3 ports. SO, you can connect it to high-speed storage, 4K, and 5K Thunderbolt displays. Other ports include an HDMI 2.0 port, two USB-A ports, an audio jack, and Gigabit Ethernet.
The new Mac Mini starts at $799 for quad-core Intel Core i3, 128GB SSD version. He 6-core Intel Core i5 with 256GB SSD version costs $1099. It is now available to order and shipping will start on November 7.