“Apple Computer has begun to inform service providers of a revision to its Mac mini desktop computer that is now expected to quietly make its debut in a matter of days,” Kasper Jade reports for AppleInsider. “According to documents shown to AppleInsider, the revision, which will bump the low-end Mac mini from 1.25GHz to 1.33GHz and the two higher-end models from 1.42GHz to 1.5GHz, was originally slated for release last Tuesday.”
“Sources say Apple will continue to market the three new Mac mini configurations at the current price points of $499, $599, and $699. All three models will ship standard with Mac OS X 10.4.2 and include faster hard drives operating at 5400-rpm. The current Mac minis include 4200-rpm drives,” Jade reports.
More info about the new Mac mini’s graphics, wireless technologies, and double-layer DVD burning capability in the full article here.
RUMOR: Apple to introduce faster Mac mini models soon – September 21, 2005