Mac mini support
Help for the following Apple computers:
- Mac mini (M2, 2023) – 5th generation.
- Mac mini (M1, 2020) – 4th generation.
- Mac mini (2022) – 5th generation.
Mac mini guides
Mac mini (2023)
The Apple Mac mini (2023) launch was an unexpected yet delightful surprise, complementing the introduction of the MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch models.
While the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips were anticipated for the new MacBooks, the Mac mini’s update to include these chips, especially the M2 Pro, turned heads with its significant performance enhancements.
This compact device not only matches the power found in the latest MacBook Air and Pro models but also introduces a more affordable option in Apple’s desktop lineup.
Starting at a lower price point of $599, the base model of the Mac mini (2023) offers excellent value, featuring the M2 chip with performance leaps from its M1 predecessor. This makes the Mac mini an ideal workstation for a wide array of tasks, including video editing and music production, within a compact form factor beloved by fans.
The introduction of the M2 Pro variant further elevates the Mac mini into a powerhouse suitable for professional creative work, challenging even the Mac Studio for those seeking potent performance in a smaller package.
Despite retaining its familiar design, the Mac mini (2023) impresses with its array of ports, including Thunderbolt 4 and USB-A, and maintains its compactness and quiet operation, even under load.
The starting price reduction for the base model and the performance capabilities of both M2 and M2 Pro configurations make the Mac mini (2023) a compelling choice for anyone looking for a compact, yet powerful desktop PC, affirming its position as a standout offering in Apple’s lineup.
Specifications of Mac mini (2023)
|Dimensions (H x W x D)
|358 x 197 x 197 mm
|Simultaneously supports up to two displays
|Up to 6k
|10-core CPU with 6 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores
|256 GB / 512 GB / 1 TB / 2TB
|8 GB / 16 GB / 24 GB