An unpublished Mac Mini has appeared in the latest Studio Display firmware

Apple has long been rumored to be working on a new Mac Mini, and that machine is now out with the latest Studio Display software update.

Apple’s latest monitor needs software updates because it runs an Apple A13 chip inside, something that handles native audio-supporting speakers and those sad webcams.

Now, developer Steve Trafton-Smith has reported finding a new, unannounced Mac Mini in the latest version of Studio Display software, the MacMini 10.1 dub.

Apple was expected to announce a new MacBook Air using the same chip this time around, as well as a new M2-powered Mac Mini. Is it possible that the Mac Mini we see here?

Rumors match a bit vague as to what new Macs are coming up with; For its price, there is a specific clue: Shipping Studio Display Firmware refers to the mystery machine for an unaccounted for – a new model generation of the Mac Mini (“MacMini 10,1”). My guess: M2, not M1 Pro

It was also suggested that Apple could place an M1 Pro chip in the existing Mac Mini lineup to replace the current Intel i7 model. The developer does not believe that this is the case with this machine, although it is not clear why.

Apple may announce new hardware at the upcoming WWDC22 event starting June 6 – we’ll keep our eyes and ears peeled!

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