New Mac Mini 2017 News:8 GB RAM, High-end 8K Display,Release Date And More
In an early report this week, Apple promised that new iMacs with pro configurations will be available by the end of the year ahead of its modular Mac Pro launch. Apple has recently broken its silence about the wide-ranging Mac mini, with Phil Schiller, Apple's marketing chief, stating that the firm considers the Mac mini as an important product. Apple also revealed that it's currently working on a "completely rethought" Mac Pro alongside an Apple-branded pro display that will launch beyond 2017.
However, Apple did not share any specific details yet about the external display, but, according to a source, it could feature a stunning 8K resolution. The report did not provide any additional details about the display, including a possible release date, but Apple said it won't be ready this 2017. One thing, we expect that the Mac mini 2017 is set to come with a new, improved processor. Apparently, Apple is set to upgrade the new Mac Pro's display and also considers to change the name for its operating system.
According to a source, the current Mac mini models, which are designed to be connected to a display and peripherals purchased separately, range in price from $499 to $999. The base model is equipped with a 1.4GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor with 4GB of RAM, comes with a 500GB hard drive, and an integrated Intel HD Graphics 5000. And for the new Mac mini, which Apple briefly acknowledged this week, in a teaser that, it won't be so mini anymore. On the other note, the Mac Mini is essentially a computer box that can fit easily in almost any situation. Also, it can also be configured with a much powerful Core i7 CPU. Apple also promised to deliver an Apple Pro display in 2018.
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