Silicon M1X chip mounted… Reduce body size and install additional ports
It is predicted that Apple will unveil a new ‘Mac mini’ equipped with an M1X chip this fall.
Bloomberg News reporter Mark Gurman said in a recent newsletter that Apple “will launch the next generation of Mac minis with a new design, faster ‘M1X’ Apple silicon processor within the next few months.”
Gurman said the new Mac mini could launch this fall alongside the redesigned 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros. Currently, the 16-inch MacBook Pro uses an Intel processor, but this year’s new product is expected to adopt the more powerful Apple Silicon M1X.
The Mac mini is also transitioning from Intel to Apple silicon. “Last year, Apple updated the old Mac mini with the M1 chip,” Gurman said.
Renowned IT tipster John Prosser released an expected rendering of the next-generation Mac mini in May. The overall appearance is similar to the previous one, but the body size is slightly smaller. More ports are expected to be added.
This fall, Apple is expected to unveil a variety of new products through several events, from the iPhone 13 to the new MacBook Pro. The Mac mini with M1X is highly likely to be unveiled at the third event in the second half of this year. In the industry, Apple introduced △iPhone 13 △Apple Watch 7 △AirPods 3 at the September event, △iPad 9th generation △iPad mini 6th generation at the October event, △New Mac mini △14·16 at the November event. He predicted that he would show off his older brother, the MacBook Pro.
Reporter Min-ha Yang ([email protected]), Electronic Newspaper Internet