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In the coming months, Apple would launch the Mac Mini M1X

by Joseph Richard
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Quoting the latest rumors concerning the Apple  September Keynote, The Cupertino firm is preparing to launch its new  Mac Mini M1X. These activities are later scheduled in the coming months( No correct information is given). This high-end version of Apple’s desktop computer would complement the current Mac mini M1, and above all, replace the latest Mac mini with Intel Core i5 and i7 chips.

Apple recharges its range

At the arrival of the primary Macs furnished with M1 chips, Apple had reported a two-year progress period to reestablish its whole line of PCs, both fixed and convenient. Alongside the 13″ MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, the Mac’s smaller than expected M1 had been important for the primary flood of PCs furnished with Apple’s M1 SoC. Last time they were enhanced by the new iMac (24 inches). While M1 chips show amazing performances on certain uses, they don’t yet permit excellent compatibility with older applications or software.

For experts Only, Apple currently proceeds to offer furnished items equipped with Intel chips, including the iMac 27″, MacBook Pro 16″ and some top-of-the-line adaptations of the Mac scaled down. In any case, before the year’s over, MacBook Pro 14″ and 16″ with M1X chips ought to be presented. What’s more, they likely could be joined by new forms of the Mini Macs

An attractive Mac Mini M1X

The Mac Mini M1X rumors have been developing for some time now. According to information from Bloomberg. Mark Gurman says that the release is later scheduled in the coming months, counting from now, who Knows maybe in September. Speaking of the hardware configuration, this Mac mini M1X would have additional Thunderbolt/USB-4 ports. The current  Mac Mini M1 suffers from a lack of connectivity; thus, these new iMacs would solve this problem. We could then find connectivity similar to the Mac mini Core i5 and Core i7, with two USB-A ports, four Thunderbolt/USB-C ports, an HDMI port, and an Ethernet port. The SD port always seems to the absent subscribers, and doubt persists about the presence or not.

It remains to be seen whether Apple will fix other blocking points of the Mac mini M1, especially the gap between the ports that can prevent the simultaneous use of HDMI and USB-C ports when the plugs are too thick. One option could be to place some ports vertically rather than horizontally. It will also be necessary to pay attention to the HDMI and Ethernet standards proposed by Apple.

Thus equipped, and even if some regressions compared to the Mac mini Core i5 and i7 will no doubt be observed, Apple’s small desktop machine should have the potential to become a bestseller. If the general public probably prefers a portable Mac M1/M1X, many professionals could fall for a powerful machine, compact and silent, provided that its connectivity is indeed complete and consistent.

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