Upcoming Apple Mac Mini Might Have M1X Chipset

One of the first devices to use Apple’s famous M1 chipset was Apple Mac Mini. As it was reported that the Mac Mini might be revamped and launched this year and it will be having a new design as well as a processor. The famous tipster, Jon Prosser, has now said that Apple’s upcoming computing device will have a slimmer design and a plexiglass-like top panel. There is no specific reason for using such a design but according to Prosser, this might be so that the models can have two-toned colorful designs like that of the new iMac.

Prosser has also given out some renders which he claims to be based on the actual models and those renders show the same silver color finish and having the Apple logo on top. Another new introduction might be a magnetic power connector at the back of the devices. There will also be two USB Type-A ports, an HDMI port, and a USB Type-C port. This Type-C port will also include support for the Thunderbolt 3.

However, like the last year’s model, this year too, the Mac Mini won’t be having an SD Card reader slot. And now the most important of all, this new Mac Mini will be featuring an Apple M1X processor. The next-gen Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch are also going to use the same processor.

The other internal specifications of the Mac Mini have already been specified. The dimension of the Mac Mini hasn’t been known yet but it seems that it will be a lot slimmer than its previous models. The previous Apple Mac Mini had dimensions 197x197x36 mm and weighed 1.2 kg.