Apple could soon introduce more new Macs. The iPhone manufacturer is presently hiding a suspicious mention of the tiniest Mac within the latest firmware from the Apple Studio Display. But which model could it be? There are two possible scenarios for that Mac small. The well-known developer Steve Troughton-Cruz required a closer inspection of the current firmware (15.4). Apple Studio Display determined a mention of the formerly unknown model identification from the Mac small within the code. Notably, a “Macmini10.1” shows up, and a title that hasn’t yet been allotted to the tiniest Mac.
This fuels speculation: what sort of Mac small is behind it? The rumor mill offers two choices for a solution:
- Model variant 1: A brand new high-finish model, most likely outfitted by having an M1 Pro or M1 Max. This isn’t expected until the coming year, based on Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo.
- Model variant 2: An inexpensive Mac small using the new M2 nick from Apple. Troughton-Cruz is presently speculating about this as opposed to a high-finish model.
Our guess: The Mac small using the M2 nick might be proven in the WWDC. Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman lately spoke of two new Macs that should be established at the developer conference on June sixth. On the one hand, the brand new MacBook Air with M2 nick and another model that hasn’t yet been specified. The Mac small using the M2 incision will be a great fit as the second premiere model for that M2.
Worth mentioning: The present type of the Mac small with M1 nick has the official model identification “Macmini9,1”, the predecessor with Apple nick from 2018 consequently “Macmini8,1”. We, therefore, also bet around the M2 incision and thus a brand new generation having a consecutive number. However, the Mac small with M1 Pro or M1 Max should then be labeled “Macmini9,2” like a “sideline.” Therefore, we suspect.