Apple’s next-generation M3 CPU is likely to be released soon. This chipset will be used in a variety of products from the company, including the upcoming Mac Mini PC. So here are all the specifics.
Apple is experimenting with an M3-powered Mac Mini.
Mark Gurman broke the news in his current Power On newsletter. According to reports, the Cupertino-based company is presently testing this new device. The next Mac PC has the model number 15,12, although it was not specified whether it is a tiny model. According to the rumor, the unknown Apple PC would include an eight-core and a ten-core CPU. This chipset will also be paired with 24GB of RAM and will run macOS Sonoma 14.1.
In terms of specs, it is very identical to the base model of the M2-powered Mac Mini. However, the cheapest model only has 8GB of RAM. As a result, the new Mac Mini may have more base storage or be a higher memory variant of the base model. If this information is correct, Apple is working on a number of M3 Macs, including MacBooks.