This time, the guys at iFixit left it to those who understand more. In the last few days, we saw the new white MacBook being dismantled unibody, the 27-inch iMac and even the Magic Mouse, but the new Mac mini server edition, which already comes with Snow Leopard Server and two 500GB hard drives (the second is in place of the optical drive), was missing.
In the photos taken by the people at Macminicolo.net, we see a comparison between the traditional Mac mini and the new model, which on the outside are identical, with the exception of the media entry slot. Internally, Apple also did not make major changes, but gave that traditional upgrade to the specifications of the machine.
It's a nice thing that, although Apple still sets a maximum of RAM on mini Macs at 4GB, the machines already support up to 8GB with the latest firmware updates released by the company. The only detail is that a 4GB comb today is still not cheap.
The Macminicolo.net data center now has over 500 mini Macs for hosting websites. Exactly a year ago, they were the ones who bet, based on reliable sources, that the Mac mini would not die. At that time, rumors were very strong that Apple would be close to killing the line.