Mac mini with M2 chip nonetheless within the works, count on no redesign

In his newest version of the Energy On e-newsletter, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman talks about Apple’s plans for the Mac mini with M2 and M2 Professional chips, as the corporate remains to be readying the launch of this product.

Gurman says Apple had been engaged on an M1 Professional model of the Mac mini, which was speculated to launch later final yr or by the top of this yr, which, from what he understands, “is now off the desk” – which 9to5Mac sources corroborated with.

“As a substitute, count on a Mac mini refresh to incorporate each M2 and M2 Professional choices. I additionally don’t beleive the machine shall be getting any main redesign within the close to time period.”

9to5Mac already completely reported that Apple is creating two new variations of the Mac mini: one with the M2 chip and the opposite one with the M2 Professional.

Codenamed J473, the brand new Mac mini shall be powered by the M2 chip. The M2 Professional Max mini, however, is codenamed J474 and can characteristic eight efficiency cores, and 4 environment friendly cores CPU.

9to5Mac sources additionally consider Apple has no plans to launch a model with the M2 Max or Extremely chips for the Mac mini, which is able to seemingly be saved for the Mac Professional.

Concerning the completely different M2 chips, Gurman thinks the Mac Studio might be a short-lived product since he doesn’t appear “function of getting each a Mac Studio and Mac Professional,” since they’ll’t be very related and enchantment to the identical area of interest of customers.

Final however not least, as beforehand reported by Bloomberg, the publication can be anticipating a brand new M2 Professional and M2 Max MacBook Professional as quickly as this fall – though these computer systems might be delayed for early subsequent yr.

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