The Apple iPhone 4 was made available for pre-order today, Apple needed time to prepare so took their site offline for a few hours. When the Apple store came back up we not only saw the new iPhone there but the new Mac Mini 2010 as well, which we recently mentioned.
We can see that the new Mac Mini comes with more grunt now, but what we were most impressed with is its size — Apple have made the small computer even smaller. That is not all; it now has a unibody aluminum exterior and that all-important HDMI port — so now you will be able to get audio and visual from the same lead.
Prices start from $699, for that you get a 4GHz Core 2 Duo CPU, 320GB hard drive, 2GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce 320M — all of which can be upgraded.
For $999 you can get yourself 2.66GHz Intel chip, 4GB of RAM, two 500GB hard drives and Snow Leopard Server. Both come with a host of free software to help improve your user experience.
Visit the Apple Store now and tell us if you think that the new 2010 Mac Mini has been worth the wait?
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