It's been over a year since Apple launched its Mac mini, directly in October 2018, at which time the company described it as "its biggest update in history" and is now wondering if its next step.
The 2018 generation was a great update that was expected to wait for more than four years. Apple chose to offer it high performance, a milestone that has made Apple's inexpensive computer pricing soaring for generations past.
This makes us wonder today whether Apple will maintain this performance verification tonic on its new Mac mini 2020, or if the opposite, follow the steps taken with your iPad and choose to offer the less expensive setup.
And that Mac mini is not the only Mac that doesn't get season updates. In 2019, the Mac was revamped, but that was its first refurbishment since 2017. The iMac went from the seventh-generation CPU, to eight quad-core processors and eight-generation cores.
The iMac is always compatible with the Mac mini, which has the same processors. This makes us think that Apple's highly integrated computer update would not wait and could come by 2020 with a new generation of applications.
You can learn our review of the 2018 Mac mini.
Mac mini 2020: Release date
There may be a Mac mini update in spring 2020, which is that by guess, Apple will celebrate its next event. However, based on the company's launch, we have opted for a review in WWDC 2020.
Mac mini 2020: Price
Apple has not changed much in price, except for flexibility, as it did with the MacBook Pro in July 2019, which means consumers in our country are seeing price increases for the high-end model drop to € 100.
The MacBook Air, on the other hand, received a € 100 price drop.
When Apple introduced the new Mac mini in October 2018, the price also went up. The Mac mini, which used to be Apple's cheapest Apple computer, costs € 899 when the system was initially worth € 499.
It's still the cheapest Mac for all MacOS-based computers, but it's more expensive than before. Will Apple reduce the price of the Mac mini by 2020? We're very skeptical, but we'll have to wait for the launch.
Currently you can find various configurations for Mac mini starting at € 899 in the case of a model with a 3.6 GHz quad-core processor and 128 GB of storage.
On the other hand, there is another model with six processor cores at 3 GHz and 256 GB of storage at a price of € 1249. The configur ation is highly customizable depending on the standard up to 2 TB, 64 GB of RAM, or the Core i7 for the eighth generation of the base.
Mac mini 2020: Design
In announcing the 2018 Mac mini update, Apple revealed that the mini became a popular choice for server farms, as well as video editors who often include multiple Mac minis for editing.
As a result, the design of the Mac mini hasn't changed, since doing so would mean that the existing suspension would not allow for new machines. However, there has been a change in the margins, a mark of a new generation.
Now the Mac mini comes in gray space, a conclusion that seems to be popular among design professionals (based on the good reception that this has recently had on the iMac and the iMac Pro).
As for the Mac mini 2020, Apple may not be the best bet to reduce the size, but it may offer an improved discrete graphics card, as well as a more efficient debugging system that ensures efficient temperature.
Mac mini 2020: Details
Compared to the current one, the new Mac mini 2020 deployment will come with eight Intel generation support systems that can include eight CPU cores, the same one you can find on the current MacBook Pro.
When Apple updated the models on the 2018 models, the company said it was 60% faster, but that was after a four-year hiatus. To see similar improvements to the next-gen Mac mini, Apple could add a selection of dedicated graphics.
This could be a very popular move, but it could also mean that Apple needs to change its current cooling system with built-in features. This can be achieved by removing the electrical supply internally to leave a larger gap.
The 2018 Mac mini also eliminated the options for hard drive and fusion drive. It is now possible to buy a Mac mini with SSD storage. In fact, the Mac mini entry currently comes with 128GB SSD as standard.
Moderate size, of course, so that we aim for a small storage increase with 256 GB onwards.
There are many users who want you to be able to do a specific review of its components. It is now possible to update the RAM through the lower gate, though it is not as easy to do as it once was.
In past generations, we would have been able to update many other features within the Mac mini, allowing us to make some component extensions to avoid the fastest hardware failures.
We do not have a specific date for when Apple will update its Mac mini, but it seems unlikely that it will leave its Mac Mac configuration as long as it did before, ahead of the 2018 update.
At some point, the acquisition and recovery cycles are subject to different generations of Intel chips. With rumors that Apple is working on its chips, maybe one day we might see a Mac mini with an Apple processor.