Apple Mac mini (A1347)In June 2010, Apple released a redesigned Mac mini. The new model (A1347) has several improvements, such as a sleek unibody enclosure, user accessible RAM, HDMI output, and SD card slot.
To disassemble the Mac mini, you'll need a driver with T6 and T8 Torx and 2.0 mm Hex bits, plastic or metal spludger, and two small screws drivers with cylindrical shafts.
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