Apple's 2018 Mac event was a big-time retrieval, making-amends session.
2017 MacBook Air, which was essentially more in line with a laptop in 2015, saw almost every aspect of it kicked in 2018 into a mega-revised new MacBook Air. The same with the long neglected Mac mini: With this update, Apple was quickly transmitted in four years.
Mac mini had not seen a big update for so long (2014!) As many Mac monitors had supposed Apple's smallest desk would just die quietly by neglect. But not so. This revision of the Mac mini does not look like a radical on the outside like MacBook Air's hard boot (it only appears in space gray and looks like its predecessor), but it gets an oversized component upgrade across the board.
What's in the new Mac Mini?
More Core (and more core) power is the great story here. These days with eight core / 16-wire mainstream processors like Intel Core i9-9900K core / thread numbers on desktop PCs are not uncommon. I would not call the 2018 Mac mini quite numbers, but a minimum of four kernels (in a lean Core i3 SKU that I suspect most mini loyalists will bypass the hexagon) and the ability to bounce it Up, is very promising for a machine of this size.
Apple did not specify which if any of the new (four-core or hexa-core) discs support Hyper-Threading, but is measured from the requirements some, if not all, support the thread-coupling technology.
In some of the demos I experienced, the nuclear power was on full screen. Apple's Logic Pro X music creation software, according to a representative that I spoke to, is among Apple's most widely used to use all available kernels, and it managed a 100-plus song from Beck with aplomb. 19659002]