June 3, 2023

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Today’s news: New updates from Apple before the launch of “Mac Mini” … What’s new?

Credible expert, “Mark Korman”, said that the release date of Apple’s new generation “Mac Mini” devices will be in the coming months.

It is expected to be launched by the end of 2021, and with many exterior upgrades, including its exterior design, will provide more connectivity space.

The Mac Mini was one of the first Apple products to receive the M1 processor in 2020, along with the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro.

In line with Apple’s priorities for design improvement, the MacBook comes first, with its new generation expected to launch next September, followed by the MacBook Air and then the Mac Mini.

Color version of the MacBook Pro

It has been reported that in contrast to the expected new version of the “MacBook Pro” device, another version of the device will be launched by the end of 2021 and will be launched in early 2022.

According to the “Mac Rumors” website, which specializes in the news of Apple’s Mac devices, an Apple expert predicts that the new version of the “MacBook Air” will arrive in the first half of 2022, and will be distinguished by its different colors.

This claim was supported by an earlier report by Bloomberg on Apple’s plans to offer an improved version of the “MacBook Air” that works with the M1 processor.

So far, Apple has not booked any details regarding this planned version of the multi-color MacBook, and according to an expert tweet, Ming Xi Q, Apple will launch the new MacBook Air with a mini-LED screen in early 2022.

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