Mac Mini 2009 Photo Appears

Posted: Feb 20 2009, 1:31am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:08pm CDT, in News | Apple

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The tiny Apple Mac mini gathered a big fan base and lots of people are waiting for a new generation of Mac mini computers. There have been already lots of rumors about what a new Mac mini anticipated to be released in 2009 would be featuring.
We have reported about the Mac Mini 2009 having a Mini DisplayPort connector and a Mini DVI connector and 1TB HDD option.
Now the first photo of what could be the back of the new Mac mini 2009 appeared on MacRumors with some specifications. The photo and the Mac mini 2009 specs could be totally fake, but they are not outlandish and could be real. Update: Analysis of this Mac mini photo over at 9 to 5 Mac suggests it is fake.The new Mac mini would have Intel Core 2 Duo CPU at 2GHz, 2GB RAM DDR III and SATA Super Drive.
The photo confirms the rumored 5 USB ports, FireWire 800, and two Display ports (Mini DisplayPort and Mini DVI).
It is still a big question when Apple is actually going to update and release a new Mac mini. Last year we also reported about rumors that the Mac mini will be discontinued.
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