Apple begins new M2 Mac mini deliveries and in-store pickups across North America
As it did earlier today across the Middle East and Europe, Apple has started deliveries for the new M2 and M2 Pro Mac mini, with customers able to purchase the machines in-store beginning today across North America.
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.
Apple announced the new Mac mini last week, available with both the M2 and new M2 Pro chips. Compared to the previous-generation Mac mini, the M2 and M2 Pro chips bring a faster next-generation CPU and GPU, much higher memory bandwidth, and a more powerful media engine to Mac mini, with the M2 model featuring an 8-core CPU with four high-performance and four high-efficiency cores, along with a 10-core GPU.
Apple touts that the new M2 Pro chip “brings pro-level performance to Mac mini for the first time.” Featuring up to a 12-core CPU with eight high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores, along with up to a 19-core GPU, M2 Pro has 200GB/s of memory bandwidth — double the amount in M2 — and supports up to 32GB of memory.
The new Mac mini with M2 starts at $599 (US) and $499 (US) for education. Mac mini with M2 starts at $599 (US) and $499 (US) for education.