“The Mac mini is due for an update in 2016, since it wasn’t touched at all in 2015; but Apple is giving nothing away,” Karen Haslam writes for Macworld UK. “Still, based on past experience and the existing specs of other Macs, we’ve got a good idea of what to expect from the new Mac mini, and when to expect it.”
“With no updates in 2015, we suspect that an updated Mac mini is in the pipeline – and could emerge at WWDC 2016,” Haslam writes. “But Apple may wait until after the conference and sneak out an unexpected Mac mini at its own small event.”
“It seems likely that Apple had been waiting for Intel to ship the new Skylake chips before launching the new Mac mini, although it’s still possible that Apple will opt for the Broadwell chips instead, which would still represent a power boost over the current Haswell processors,” Haslam writes. “Our iMac predictions also include new graphics chipsets: Polaris 10, by AMD, which is particularly interesting because it may make the next iMacs VR-ready. But the current range of Mac mini models feature integrated graphics, and we expect this to remain the case in the next generation.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Are you or anyone you know in the market for a new Mac mini? If so, you might get lucky at WWDC or soon after!