Mac mini with 27″ screen?

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who recently join twitterThere’s good news and bad news. Do we start right? To accompany the new Mac mini that should be presented during the Apple event on Tuesday, March 8, Apple will have a new external monitor in the box with a diagonal of 27″. To limit costs, it will feature a slab Classic LCD. And there will be no mini-LED backlight: so it will not be the successor to the Pro Display XDR screen that could have the definition of 7K. Mark Gurman mentioned work on a cheaper screen from January 2021, and he said this Sunday specified that this new model would be ready for months.

Mac Mini M1 with LG Ultrafine 27″ Display

Which brings us to the bad news: These will be the only announcements for desktop Macs this week. Ming-Chi Kuo actually excludes the iMac Pro and Mac Pro, both of which should wait until 2023. A possible delay of the Mac Pro is possible — we know a new model is still planned under Intel — and that’s why Apple may meanwhile unveil the Mac Studio, a variant of the Mac mini on steroids that’s similar to the Apple M. 1 Max can make the processor more powerful than the chip. On the other hand, we’d be surprised if Apple waits another year to upgrade the 27″ iMac, until Cupertino engineers have decided to review their copy after some criticism of the 24″ model. For his part, Mark Gurman was looking forward to releasing in June… Reply Tomorrow Evening!

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