OS X Mojave made my Mid-2010 iMac obsolete (it's still fast, especially with the HDD upgraded to SSD, but the connections and communications are not up to today's standards) and I'm now thinking about buying a new Mac. One of the reasons I'm sticking with Apple is the longevity of their desktops as I never had I problem with my iMac and could probably continue using it for another five years. However, I'm not sure about the Mac Mini. Back in the day I had a Early-2009 Mac Mini and even with an SSD installed it slowed down and stopped received OS X updates after El Capitan. Put it this way... What do you think of the new Mac Mini? Especially the six-core model (no BTO parts)? Will it have more life expectancy than the earlier Mac Minis? Do the inner parts guarantee that it will not slow down for basic task even after a decade (like with my iMac)? What about those 4K and 5K displays? Will it be able to handle them after 6-10 years? My main worry here is that without a powerful GPU the Mac Mini might end up slowing down significantly after 5-7 years. I was counting on Apple to release new iMacs and buy one of those but this new Mac Mini made me think that I could save almost $1k by getting the six-core Mac Mini with something like Dell U2718Q 4K monitor instead of a 27" iMac (I'm sure they'll raise prises if and when they standardise SSDs like they now did with the Mac Mini). I originally bought my 2010 iMac for ability to do light gaming (because of the GPU power) but I might as well buy a PS4. I do do some light photo and video editing but nothing hardcore.