Apple stops selling Intel-based Mac mini
Yesterday night, Apple announced the latest generation of Mac mini with the new M2 and M2 Pro chips, bringing Mac mini to a new level of performance.
At the same time, Apple has further accelerated its complete decoupling from Intel.
Today, Apple announced that it will discontinue the sale of Mac mini models with Intel processors.
This Mac mini, which was first offered for sale in 2018, is powered by Intel's 8th generation Core i5 chip with an Intel UHD Graphics 630 graphics processor, and has 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD.
The discontinuation of this product means that the Mac Pro will be the only device with an Intel processor that Apple is still selling, and it is likely to be announced after the launch of the next-generation Mac Pro.
It is worth mentioning that Apple has also discontinued the Mac mini with M1 chip, which should make way for the new product with the same positioning and equipped with M2 chip.
It is reported that the new Mac mini with M2 and M2 Pro chips will officially accept reservations on January 19 and go on sale on February 3.
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