This week, Apple updated its Mac Mini line, featuring the company’s new in-house silicon. It even knocked $100 off the previous Mac Mini’s price, making it the cheapest way to try out the new M1 processor. At least, in the short run.
However, Apple has also removed the ability to upgrade the RAM in the Mac Mini, capping it at 16GB. That decision could severely hamper the lifespan of the Mac Mini, necessitating that users upgrade to a new device sooner than they might have with the option to add more RAM.
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