Good news: the Mac Mini is back! Bad news: ain't no way you're going to be upgrading the RAM yourself.
The Mac Mini has always been that runt you might buy if you couldn't afford any other Apple computer. Which is to say: it was the Apple computer you bought when you should've picked up a budget Dell or something. No longer. The 2012 model is a fantastic, affordable, and small.
When Apple announced Fusion Drive, we expected it to be quick. But TLDToday has performed some speed tests, comparing a new Mac mini to its predecessor, and the results are pretty amazing.
The folks at Mac Mini Vault have benchmarked and torn down the new Mac Minis. The Mac Mini's $600, 2.5GHz Core i5 Ivy Bridge configuration racked up a Geekbench score of 7433 straight out of the box. That's impressive considering last year's Sandy Bridge i5 Mac Mini refresh has a standing average of 6323 on the…
The iPad Mini may have the headliner at today's Apple event, but Tim Cook and Co. filled out the afternoon with a very impressive undercard. Heck, the iPad Mini wasn't even the only new iPad—or Mini—announced today. Here's everything you need to know about all the newest Apple gear:
A new tiny iPad isn't the only little-big news out of today's Apple extravaganza. Here's a the brand new set of upgraded Mac Minis that'll be delivering that Apple love at sub-$1000 prices—Now with upgraded Intel Ivy Bridge processors. They're available for purchase now.
Apple dropped a lot of shiny new products and some gorgeous software to drool over at yesterday's action-packed WWDC keynote. Among them, a beautiful new retina display MacBook Pro, refreshed MacBook Airs, Mountain Lion OS X, and iOS 6, along with a few other goodies that didn't necessarily warrant an explicit…
When Apple quietly introduced the Unibody Mac Mini, many people wondered if it was the perfect HTPC. Considering that it packs a HDMI-port (a first for Apple) and is housed in a sleek design, it just may be.
An unadvertised improvement in the new Mac Mini over other Mac products? SDXC card support, the newest SD specification that's expandable to 2TB and features higher bus speeds. Not a big deal, but some dude who just barely talked himself into buying a new Mac Mini is probably fist-pumping like a mad man all the same. [
There were rumors of a refresh and today Apple delivered more than we were expecting: The mini gets a new unibody aluminum casing, plus HDMI port and SD card slot, and the price starts at $699.
After years of Mini DVI and Mini DisplayPort, will Apple really give us HDMI? A bucketful of rumors from AppleInisider say HDMI is replacing DVI in the next Mac minis, and reveals a long lost audio/video Mini DisplayPort adapter.