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Before WWDC, B&H featured the Mac mini-tower, as well as the M2 Mac Mini

According to an Apple-approved reseller, two Mac mini versions, including an M2-equipped version and a “Mac mini-tower,” will be introduced at WWDC 2022.

As the countdown to Monday’s WWDC keynote approaches, speculation about Apple’s future announcements heats up. In the instance of one merchant, two pieces of Mac hardware appear to be in the works.

On Sunday, one day before the keynote, product listings for two Mac minis appeared on B&H Photo’s website. The listings are sparse, with only a title, no photographs, and wording stating that the item is “new and coming soon.”

 

 

The “Apple Mac mini 8/256 M2” is the first and most rational of the two. If accurate, this would be a Mac mini with the M2 SoC, which is reported to be the successor for the M1 in the current model. The “Apple Mac mini-tower 8/256 M1P” is the alternate listing. Based on the title, this appears to be for a small Mac that contains the M1 Pro, though how it differs from the M1 Max and M1 Ultra-equipped Mac Studio is unclear.

There’s a chance this is referring to the Apple Silicon Mac Pro, which Apple has said will be available in some form. If such is the case, referring to it as a Mac mini “tower” appears to be an uncommon move on the side of the store.

While the availability of product listings is positive, it is more than probable that they are simply a retailer’s preparation for the launch of new hardware to sell. There’s no certainty that the postings are for legitimate Apple items.

Apple Authorized Resellers have never been given advance notice of items that are due to be released.

Despite being primarily a software-focused event, WWDC has witnessed hardware introductions in the past, with the iMac Pro and HomePod being the most famous examples. Rumors have surfaced regarding a possible MacBook Air update alongside the aforementioned Mac Pro, but it’s more likely that Apple will discuss M2 independently of the devices that use it.

 

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