Mac Mini 2014 listed on Boot Camp docs

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  1. farewelwilliams macrumors 65816

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    http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5634?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US


    Mac mini (Mid 2014) 5 5 - - - -
    Mac mini Server (Late 2012) 5 5 - - - -
    Mac mini (Late 2012) 5 5 - - - -
    Mac mini Server (Mid 2011) 5 5 4 - - -
    Mac mini (Mid 2011) 5 5 4 - - -
    Mac mini (Mid 2010) - 4 4 DVD DVD DVD
    Mac mini (Late 2009) - - 4 - DVD DVD
    Mac mini (Early 2009) - - 4 - DVD DVD
    Mac mini (Mid 2007) - - 4 - DVD DVD
    Mac mini (Early 2006) - - - - DVD DVD
     
  2. Dreadnought macrumors 68020

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    No MacMini server, but it also states new 27" and 21.5" iMacs!
     
  3. apfelmann macrumors 6502

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    this list is a complete mess ... OR A FINE FINE LEAK!!!
     
  4. iPadCary macrumors 6502a

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    Why's everyone getting thier collective pantaloons in an uproar?
    PCs ARE DEAD. Sure, the iMac is the last vestige of it for a nice, stylish way to go out.
    But a seperate CPU component to which a keyboard, trackpad & monitor are attached?!?
    Back away from the desk, Pops ....
     
  5. garbage-barge macrumors member

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  6. blanka macrumors 68000

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    Sorry, but PC's are only just there for 7 years: the iPhone was the first PC.
    PC= PERSONAL COMPUTER. A computer was never personal until the iPhone came to the world.
    So PC's are NOT dead, they are in their infancy.
    We are only fed up with our legacy IBM PC crap. Our kids don't know IBM PC. For them the phone is the PC.

    The Mini/iMac are homecomputers or workstations, and there is a good market for those. They just need some clearer marketing.
    They should be called workstation if the goal is "creating things", and maybe "home computer" if the goal is streaming TV shows, movies, playing games, stuff like that. Although in that role the PC will take over in a few years as well. Than every TV is a dumb screen with wireless HDMI showing the PC content from your pocket, watch or glasses.
     
  7. iPadCary macrumors 6502a

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    As well they shouldn't!
    And you know what I mean by "PC": a desktop computer.
    PCs are dead, deceased. Bereft of life, they've joined the choir invisible!
     
  8. scottsjack macrumors 68000

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    OK, so you just got your new iPad (larger, more powerful iPhone without the phone bill). Now you are living in Steve's post-PC world, a member of the enlightened new paradigm. We get it.
     
  9. giggles macrumors 6502

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    So, the Mid2014 21.5" iMac is the recent dual core ULV one.

    But a Mid2014 27" iMac with Haswell-refresh never happened, so that must be the Retina (supposedly 5120x2880) iMac referenced in Yosemite files.

    Also, I wouldn't be particularly anal about what apple meant with "Mid Year" in the past. I can see them announcing it (Mini or iMac or both) in early September and still call it "Mid 2014". Then "Late 2014" Haswell-E Mac Pro in November and so on.
     
  10. nexus4life macrumors regular

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    Fantastic - so you're ready to do full blown Final Cut Pro editing on an iPad with just your fingers? Great! How about programming - yeah, say 15000+ lines of code, again with just your fingers. How about several page essays?

    Come on man... it's really obvious that PCs are not going anywhere. Look at Mac sales. Seriously. Tablets and Phones are nice media consumption devices and slowly but surely are becoming more useful, but as it is right now - PCs are here to stay.
     
  11. Zellio macrumors 65816

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    75 million active Steam members (As in, came online at least once in the past week, and owns one game (That's not free to play, so this isn't counting tons of tf2 players), and this was announced in January of this year, increased by 10 million in 3 months!!) say hi.
     
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