Won't a new Mac mini be released this year? This is claimed by several insiders and one analyst even assumes that we will not see a redesign in the near future.
Until March 8, we and many observers assumed that Apple will present a new Mac mini with M1 Pro and M1 Max at the spring event. On the evening of the event, Apple taught us better and instead introduced the Mac Studio, which looks like a high Mac mini. A short time later, it was said that Apple could introduce the mini later and then get a new design. According to reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, this is not true.
Kuo: Apple won't unveil a new Mac mini in 2022
As the analyst says in a new tweet, it will be a new Mac mini But this will not be published until next year. It goes on to say that the new model relies on the familiar design. Accordingly, it should retain the previous form factor as well as the unibody design with aluminum housing. This will not change the design used since 2010 in the future.
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Kuo has a different opinion than leaker Jon Prosser, who claims to have heard that Apple is planning a major redesign with a more compact case. The rumors about a new Mac mini are not new. After all, Apple had equipped at the end of 2020 only the entry-level model with the M1 chip and sells the Mac mini in a more expensive version still with Intel processors of the eighth generation. Thus, the model last received an upgrade in 2018 and many users are still waiting for a more powerful Device. If you're looking towards Mac Studio, then the next Mac mini could get an M2 Pro in addition to the M2 chip and deliver more power. However, this is not considered confirmed.
However, one YouTuber already impressively showed that Apple the design of the Mac mini could certainly be reduced and thus stand out even more strongly from the Mac Studio. Do you think the redesign is completely off the table or does Apple have a plan in the back of your hand? Let us know in the comments.