The new Mac mini getting started guide shows the monitor that we would all like to see from Apple

Mac mini

As you probably already know, not too long ago Apple decided to present, in their Keynote on October 30, a renewed version of the Mac mini, which has turned out to be the most interesting, and the truth is that the general public has quite liked it , just like we already commented here.

Be that as it may, the curious thing is that, recently, it has been discovered that, in the quick start guide that is included in the box of this equipment, which has already been tested by some people in recent days, it is possible to appreciate that a monitor is represented that, while apparently fictional, we would all like to see something like that from Apple.

And the thing is, a few years ago Apple had its monitor, called Thunderbot Display, but a while ago decided to remove this product from its stores (both online and physical), to offer LG monitors. But the truth is that, when that happened, the Apple monitor was not quite up to the task, as it was somewhat behind schedule due to its resolution, as well as its characteristics. Nevertheless, the Mac mini Quick Start Guide has sparked interest of crowd of people.

This is mainly because, in the image in which they explain how to connect the Mac to an external monitor, the one that appears is not from any third-party firm, but nevertheless it has an air that, personally, i would say it looks like iMacs, although in this case with smaller frames.

In this case, it is to be imagined that it was just a coincidence, but although there are already monitors that go from end to end, and that have smaller frames, undoubtedly many fans of Apple products they would have loved to see a monitor of this styleAlso, Apple screens, in general, look very good, so it is possible that it had been bought even not to be used with this Mac mini.

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  1.   Citizen Juca said

    Too bad if they do, they will be outrageously expensive.

    1.    Francisco Fernández said

      You are quite right. We already saw in its day how the Thunderbolt Display was quite expensive (I think I remember that you could almost buy a Mac for the same money), but hey, we'll see the price and if it really appears one day, since as we mentioned only appears in the startup guide, which "means nothing." Anyway, we'll see how it all ends 😛