Apple Announces New Space Gray Mac mini With 4-Core or 6-Core Processor and Up to 64GB RAM, Starting at $799

Apple announced a brand new Mac mini at its “There’s more in the making” media event held in Brooklyn, New York today.



The new space gray Mac mini comes with 4-core and 6-core 8th generation Intel processors, making it 5 times faster than the previous generation, and up to 64GB of RAM.

Storage wise, all Mac minis now have all-flash storage up to 2 TB that’s 4 times faster than previous storage drives, while also coming with Intel UHD graphics, Apple’s new T2 security chip, a Gigabit Ethernet, 4x Thunderbolt ports, HDMI, and two USB-A ports, along with a 10Gb Ethernet option. There’s also a new thermal system with double the airflow installed.

The Mac mini starts at $799 with the base level model offering 8GB of RAM, a 3.6GHz Intel quad-core Core i3 processor, and 128GB of storage. Orders for the new Mac mini start today, with availability from next week, November 7.

More to follow…

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