Apple Rumored to Launch Mac Mini 2014 by 21st October

Apple is reportedly working to launch the Mac Mini 2014 by the end of October 2014, followed closely by the launch of OS X Yosemite. Latest reports confirm that the Mac Mini releases on 21st October amidst much fanfare and expectations.

21st October is the official date of Apple’s press conference, and experts believe that the company wants to take up this opportunity to launch the impending device. Following the launch of the highly awaited Apple iPhone 6, the company was expected to lie low for a couple of months at least but it seems that they have no such intentions.

The other device to be launched simultaneously at the event is Apple’s iMac with Retina Display. The last variant of the device launched back in 2012, and this is the primary reason fans are speculating an upgraded version this year.

Early speculations suggested that the Mac Mini 2014 would draw power from Intel’s Broadwell range of processors, although, latest reports claim that the processors are not ready for shipping and won’t be available for import this month. This could upset Apple’s current schedule by a grand margin.

If Apple plans on going ahead with the launch, they need to use Haswell processors as replacements. This is a great jump from the current generation devices. Introduction of Haswell chipsets will not just multiply the computer’s processing capability by a few clicks but will also increase the graphics compatibility of the device.

The chipset is hooked on to 8 GB of RAM while saving energy in the process, despite the more powerful processor. The Mac Mini 2014 is expected to incorporate a new design policy with upgraded visual and build quality.

The delay in the launch can be primarily accredited to the redesigning process. The inclusion of a Flash Drive is another major part of the Mac Mini 2014, which replaces the conventional 500 GB Hard Disk Drive found in the entry level variants.

Mac Mini 2014

Another major addition is ‘Gigabit’ Wi-Fi, which offer speeds of up to three times that of the conventional 802.11n wireless network.

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