Recently, in the WWDC2020, Apple has announced that they are going to discontinue the use of Intel’s Processor in their Mac devices. This morning, we got a certification of an unknown Apple Mac device from the FCC Certification site.
There is also an application we found on the FCC certification site. According to the application, it is applied by “Apple Inc.” The application is applied on the 21st of May. It is also mentioned that this is an application for single certification of Mac Mini Device.
This Mac Mini has a model number “A2330”. They have also mentioned that this is a desktop computer and supports built-in IEEE, and Wi-Fi 6 and 5, and Bluetooth Connectivity. The FCC ID is “BCGA2330”. The product is also tested against CFR 47 parts (Code of Federal Regulations, Title 47):
The same model number Mac Mini is already spotted on EEC certification. On both certifications, the model “A2330” is running the same macOS version (V 10.15).
Apple may use its ARM-based processor in this, as Apple has officially confirmed that they are discontinuing the use of an Intel-based processor. So, it is many chances that the model A2330 will be powered by Apple’s MacBook processor.
Currently, regarding this Mac Mini. The information is minimal. If any more news comes, you will be updated on our website. So stay tuned!