No Chance to Replace RAM of 2014 Apple Mac mini
The new generation Mac mini, which was getting the first updated in two years, had been into market last week. But some of people are disappointed about this new generation Mac mini, which can't replace or upgrade the RAM, as well as the quad-core processor and storage options.
This discovery was revealed by Macminicolo which is engaged in custody of a host of Mac mini. The entry-level model of Mac mini owns 4GB of RAM, and the price of it is $499. While the mid- and high-level come with 8GB of RAM. Users can upgrade the RAM into 16GB when order Mac mini, and low-end model need to cost $300 and the other two models are both at a cost of $200.
As for the processors and hard drives, the three models are below:
1.4Ghz dual-core Core i5 with 500GB of storage, 2.6Ghz dual-core Core i5 with 1TB hard drive, and 2.8Ghz dual-core Core i5 with a 1TB Fusion Drive. Although the RAM can't be replaced, the users have access to replace the Mac mini, accordingly, the Apple's warranty in the process will be invalid.