Apple New M1x Mac Mini renders leaked ahead of WWDC 2021. As per the reveal, the compact desktop machine is getting smaller in size.The leaked images showcase all the design changes we will see in Apple‘s next miniature computer.  Here is everything we know about Apple New M1x Mac Mini so far

Specifications of New M1x Mac Mini

  • Aluminium casing
  • Plexiglass-like material on top
  • Magnetic power connection
  • Four Thunderbolt USB Type-C ports
  • Two USB Type-A ports
  • Ethernet port
  • HDMI port
  • Two-tone colour options
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The new M1x Mac Mini is thinner than the M1 model and will come with a new material. It is expected to have horsepower of the M1X chipset. Even though the new M1X Mac Mini will wear analuminium frame like its predecessors, the top will feature a plexiglass-like material.

The new machine does not have a universal two-prong power cable, but will have the same magnetic power connector introduced on the M1 iMac. It will also have four USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports, two full-size USB-A ports, an ethernet jack, and an HDMI port as well. 

The latest leak also suggests that a glass-like top finish hints that the new Mac Mini will be made available in different colours. This new device is also expected to be the latest in a line of multi-colour high-powered Apple devices that function with Apple’s own processor inside, thus hinting that the tech giant is all set to expand beyond the basics with devices of all sizes.

New M1x Mac Mini Release Date

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New M1x Mac Mini is expected to release this year itself. The official date is not yet out, however, we guess its either going to be in June or during another Apple event scheduled for the fall. The company is also planning to release another update to the Mac mini in 2021, and along with a brand new M1X processor, and will also see the biggest design revamp the series has ever received.

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