Apple announced a new Mac Mini at an event in Brooklyn today. It comes in Space Gray with 4-core and 6-core Intel 8th Generation CPUS. Apple says its five times faster than previous Mac Minis. It will be available on Nov. 7 and can be ordered today.
The entry config has 128GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a quad-core processor for $799.
The new Mac Min will go up to 64GB of RAM, a big update from the old 16GB. It uses SODIMMS at 2666MHz. It will use only SSD storage up to 2TB. It uses a T2 chip for security, as well.
There's a new thermal system for double the airflow, though Apple still says its quiet. On the port side, there are four Thunderbolt 3 ports, HDMI, two USB-A ports and Ethernet. It can be configured with 10GB Ethernet. The company suggested racking thousands of them together for servers or for a build farm.
Every single Mac Mini enclouse will be made of 100 percent recycled aluminum.