Apple has released five new memory-chip products on its website, with prices starting at $400 and up to $1,200
There are five versions of the new apple memory chip. They are:
1. 16GB DDR4 2666MHz (2x8GB), $400;
2. 16GB DDR4 2400MHz (2x8GB), $400;
3. 32GB DDR4 2666MHz (2x16GB), $800;
4. 32GB DDR4 2400MHz (2x8GB), $800;
5. 64GB DDR4 2400MHz (2x32GB), $1200
The five models are all so-dimm memory sticks, and the two are easy to start with for direct expansion of the Mac mini and iMac, compatible with the Mac mini (2018 model) and the 27-inch iMac (2019 model).
However, apple did not provide the source of the memory particles or supplier information.
In recent years, the memory of apple's MacBook series products is directly welded to the motherboard, which cannot be expanded autonomously. Therefore, this is equivalent to launching a "memory expansion" service for iMac and Mac mini users. Fortunately, both products are very convenient for memory expansion, and apple has also provided official operation guidance