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New Mac Mini May Not Get M1 Pro and M1 Max

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According to the latest news, the next-generation mac mini may not feature the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips option. Apple has been working on a new generation Mac mini for some time. According to the rumors, Apple upgraded the latest generation MacBook mini with an M1 chip. However, the high-end offering is still the Space Gray model with the 2018 Intel processor.

But a recent report states that Apple initially had “plans” to launch high-end versions of the Mac mini with chips for M1 Pro and M1 Max. Still, these programs are “almost canceled,” allowing the new Mac Studio.

Leaker Jon Prosser said

“last year, Apple was working on a complete overhaul of a small desktop computer, moving to a smaller chassis with a “plexiglass-like” top.” Contrary to these rumors, reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo now says that

“The next generation of Apple’s mini will probably have the same design as the current model, the aluminum unibody design used by Apple in the all-new Mac mini since 2010. Koo also said Apple will not launch the new Mac mini until 2023.”

Apple is working on two versions of the Mac mini, one with a standard M2 chip and a second High-end model with an M2 pro-chip.

However, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman believes that the M2 chip will include the same eight CPUs as the M1 but for good speed, efficiency, and new nine or ten GPU, ranging from seven or eight cores on M1. According to the M1 Pro, the M2 Pro will have the same 10-core CPU, but it includes improved performance and more GPU cores than the current 14- and 16-core options, like the standard M2.

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By Alex Parkinson: Alex is a technology enthusiast who loves to write about gadgets. He has been writing for as long as he could remember, and developed his passion for technology in college. Alex holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science.

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