It's been more than three years since Mac mini was updated. Many thought long ago that Apple buried the product series, but in October, CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the little computer nevertheless has a future.
When an update comes and how it could look, it was not revealed but that has not prevented fans from entering the future.
Industrial designer Louis Berger has developed a couple of really delicious pictures on a potential Mac mini. It's not like anything else we've seen, and instead of a square box at the side of the screen, his vision of the Mac mini is rather obsolete.
Louis Berger's conceptual images depict a computer with built-in Touch Bar and Face ID. He calls it "taptop" and the idea is that the computer should be in front of the screen. In this way, the user can easily control his favorite programs with his fingertips and also identify through face recognition.