Apple Updates Mac mini With Double the Storage Capacity in Standard Configurations
Apple today updated the Mac mini so that standard configurations now come with double the storage capacity.
The $799 configuration now comes with 256GB of PCIe-based SSD storage, while the $1,099 configuration features 512GB of storage as standard. All Mac mini models use solid state storage, with up to 2TB of storage available for build-to-order purchases.
The new base configurations are live on Apple's website and currently ship in one business day. Apple Store Pickup is currently unavailable.
The Mac mini was last refreshed in October 2018, after more than four years without an update.
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The memory in the 2018 Mac mini is socketed, and while not described as "user upgradable" it's very doable.
My understanding is that there's still no actual replacement for the 8700B used in the Mac mini.
That's a 15W/1.1GHz CPU. The 8700B is a 65W/3.2GHz CPU.
It’s possible these get A?? processors with the next update though.