Mac mini 2012 - If you remember last year the Mac mini has been updated after the release of Mac OS X Lion and was not only to promote the new operating system, but put it on the new Mac very soon the first day, and users buy as a new Mac automatically installed Leo. It seemed a wise decision by Apple and adequate time for an upgrade.
In case any of you have been following Apple recently announced that it had a new operating system in the works! (Yes, just one year after OS X Lion was released) the new operating system to be called "mountain lion" is also set to be released this summer. While this could mean a repeat of what happened last year.
Mac OS X Lion was released in late July and most likely the same period in the mountains of Leon, so the best option if you plan to buy a Mini would be to wait until July for not only a new operating system , but perhaps an updated Mac mini.
If the specifications are in his mind, one thing I hope Apple gets rid of the memory has a meager 2 GB for the start of the Mac mini. Given the fact that now in 2012, most of the computers that provide at least 4 GB of memory, along with expected Mac mini can be sent with the new Intel Ivy Bridge, and maybe since the last Mac mini server has the ability to pack in a quad core, maybe we could see that happen in the next Mac mini models as well.
Leave your comments below, when you think about the new Mini might be coming.