After years of waiting, Mac Mini lovers will finally get the upgrade they’ve been asking for.
Apple announced at its Brooklyn press event today that the new Mini has a sleek design, a new space-gray finish, and, most importantly, a lot more processing power. The device is five times faster than its predecessor, Apple says.
Here are the main specs:
- Adds quad-core processor, and goes up to 6 cores
- All flash storage
- Storage options up to 2 TB
- T2 Security chip
- Faster HEVC video encoding
- Shell 100% aluminum
- 10 Gb Ethernet option
- The I/O: 4 Thunderbolt 3 ports, an HMDI 2.0, two USB-A ports, an audio jack and Gigabit Ethernet, and a 10 Gb Ethernet option.
The new Mini goes on sale November 7, with price starting at $799.