Mac mini now has fourth-generation Intel Core processors, increased graphics performance, and ultrafast 802.11ac wireless networking. It also features two Thunderbolt 2 ports, great built-in apps, and OS X El Capitan. And it’s still the world’s most power-efficient desktop.
It’s mini in a massive way.
Mac mini is an affordable powerhouse that packs the entire Mac experience into a 19.7cm-square frame. Just connect your own display, keyboard and mouse, and you’re ready to make big things happen.
Just big enough to fit everything you want in a desktop.
Mac mini makes everyday tasks a breeze with fourth-generation Intel Core processors, a flash storage option that’s up to 50 per cent faster and wireless performance up to three times quicker than its predecessor. With Intel Iris Graphics or Intel HD Graphics 5000, it also delivers graphics performance up to 90 per cent faster than the previous generation. And with great connectivity features like Thunderbolt 2 and support for HDTV, Mac mini makes the perfect centrepiece to any setup.
Carved from a solid block of aluminium, Mac mini has a seamless, unique look that is unmistakably Mac. At just a few centimetres tall and under one and a half kilos, it keeps a low profile without sacrificing functionality. And it’s still the world’s most energy-efficient desktop computer — it doesn’t just meet ENERGY STAR requirements, it exceeds them up to seven times over. With a computer this compact, the only question is what to do with all that free desk space.
macOS. It’s why there’s nothing else like a Mac.
macOS is the operating system that powers everything you do on a Mac. macOS Sierra introduces Siri to Mac — along with new ways to enjoy your photos, shop more securely online and work more seamlessly between devices.
Great built-in apps for work and play.
Every new Mac comes with Photos, iMovie, GarageBand, Pages, Numbers and Keynote. So you can be creative and productive right from the start. You also get great apps for email, surfing the web, sending texts and making FaceTime calls — there’s even an app for finding new apps.