Good news: the Mac Mini is back! Bad news: ain't no way you're going to be upgrading the RAM yourself.

It's been confirmed by a number of people over the weekend that the RAM in Apple's little desktop isn't upgradable. You can upgrade the hard drive—but in doing so you will void the warranty. Sorry.

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It's perhaps not massively surprising. Apple hasn't been making products any easier to upgrade, and given the small computer is essentially a MacBook in a different box, we aren't too shocked. But the old Mac Mini was surprisingly easy to upgrade, so it's a shame that's had to change.

If you want more RAM, you'll have to either buy a higher-end model or a custom order with more RAM. Both, sadly and predictably, more expensive than adding the RAM yourself. [MacRumors]