Apple stops selling M1 Mac mini and Intel Mac mini
Apple has removed the M1 Mac mini and Intel Mac mini from its lineup after announcing the new M2 and M2 Pro Mac mini, with the desktops removed from the online Apple Store following the unveiling of the next-generation machines on Tuesday.
Prior to the launch of the new models, Apple sold both an Apple Silicon and Intel-based Mac mini, with the latter featuring the Intel core i5 chip, priced from $1,099.
The new Mac mini with M2 and M2 Pro delivers faster performance over the previous-generation, offering more unified memory, and advanced connectivity, including support for up to two displays on the M2 model, and up to three displays on the M2 Pro model.
Beginning at $599, the new Mac mini is more affordable than the previous-generations. The new M2 and M2 Pro machines are available to order now from Apple.com, with availability beginning next Tuesday, January 24.