As soon as we saw the Mac mini, it seemed impossible to see a large system. As far as the first Apple TVs, the Mac Mini came to change the rules of what it meant to be a Mac in several different ways: design, price and modularity.
Modularity in the sense that, with a new system in place, we had all the right thing to do to switch from Windows to Mac, and replace our old PC with a new one, and just drop it off. Nothing more. The cost of the computer itself was very attractive, and the fact that you could use your monitor, speakers, keyboard, mouse, etc., became the entry Mac into the Apple ecosystem soon.
In the best way, an even smaller, but not much larger Mac mini is very very attractive.
It was very exciting to trade a very beautiful Mac mini in a gigantic tower. I couldn’t give these writers the space to write with. It was enough with a large table that allowed the display of our new Mac mini with a monitor and other accessories. You’ve gained space and aesthetics.
So, almost 2022. Since Apple has gone up with silicon, new things have been happening to the Mac mini. The first is the fact that It is almost empty inside. Due to the low fan requirements of the Apples chips, the Mac mini M1s currently sold take up almost all the space.
The price of the vehicle has also increased. It’s still a very affordable Mac, and the price’s already different. Some point where we need to add to the need for the iMac to own a peripheral that is similar to the one offered by the iMac.
The same key: size, design and price.
Let me give you an idea of a little nano. What was it you intending to highlight? In the same way the Mac Mini was insensitive at the time, just getting closer to me. We saw a few DIY projects that shrunk the Mac mini down to an Apple TV. Apple would remove power from the computer as a iMac. In this case it would have been more than plausible.
Macs that have your palms in place. A design that could have enough ports and enough cooling, using Apple silicon, to attract more than one. And with the reduction in size and material, it would also be a cost reduction.
We already put that in Mac Studio. It would be a Mac with an M2, not even a Pro. A machine that only 99 per cent of humanity has enough power to surf the internet, watch content, work, etc. This one could easily connect to the television and bring us a keyboard and mouse, like setting it up on a desk, almost hiding it behind the same screen we decide to buy.
An apple that would be the first model to introduce the apple to the ecosystem. What would stand out in terms of price, size and design? A Mac that would have been the natural evolution of the Mac mini, even if it had to be said that the actual mini wouldn’t be on the list unless it was considered as a new name. I’ll likely surpass the nano, and let me suggest the name Mac. No pre-names.