Mac Mini Unibody 2014 RAM
Has the Mac Mini Unibody 2014 removable and upgradeable RAM-Modules?
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A unibody aluminum generation of the Mac mini identifiable by the model number A1347, spanning the Mid 2010 to the currently sold Late 2014 model.
The ram is no longer upgradeable after purchase.
The Apple Store allows you to configure the Mac with 4/8/16GB of ram which you will be stuck with, so choose wisely. A 32GB version should be available shortly as Apple have issued Logic Board part numbers to Service Providers which include the 32GB model.
I spoke with someone at the Apple Store (online) yesterday and she checked and said it was non-user upgradable. If she was correct, this means that unlike prior models, it's soldered on. We'll have to wait for a tear-down (or appearance in a store), to confirm this.
This info in the upgrade options for systems indicates it is. There is no important note disclaimer for the Mac mini.
Important note: Every 21.5-inch iMac comes with 8GB of memory built into the computer. If you think you may need 16GB of memory in the future, it is important to upgrade at the time of purchase, because memory cannot be upgraded later in this model.
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