mac mini stories

 
In a recent interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the company is planning to bring some of the Mac device manufacturing back to the U.S., welcome news to critics of the labor practices at Foxconn. However, Cook would not reveal which Mac would be headed for U.S. factories. Now a new report from Asia may have the answer.
 
It used to be that if you wanted to replace the RAM in your Mac Mini — to upgrade it, for instance, saving some cash in the process — you had to pry it open like a clam with a putty knife. That usually meant scratches, not to mention plenty of frustration. Now? You just twist off a panel on the bottom. That's just one of several welcome upgrades to the Mac Mini.