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The new Mac Mini may get Apple’s M1X processor

According to a Bloomberg reporter Mark Gullman The Mac Mini may undergo a major upgrade this year, and there are rumors that Apple’s new M1X chip will launch a high-end version of the Mac Mini later this year. Provides some much-needed firepower for the Mac Mini for more demanding applications beyond video streaming and browsing the web.

The upgraded Mac Mini will be welcomed by many users because the current M1 Mini uses the same chip as the current MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, but has better heat dissipation. It is believed that the number of Thunderbolt ports on this new device is twice that of the current M1 mini (from two to four), and the RAM capacity has increased significantly, possibly up to 64GB.

Apple still sells Intel-based Mac Mini, equipped with six-core Intel Core i5 or Core i7, up to 64GB of RAM, up to 2TB of SSD storage, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, Ethernet, HDMI 2.0 and two USB-A ports. The M1X processor is likely to allow Apple to remove this Intel product from its product line. Apple previously announced that it would remove Intel processors from its products within two years.

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