Mac mini Server Mid 2010 Explained

Source: – Mac mini Server Unibody

The Apple Mac mini Server Mid 2010 is a server computer designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 2010 to 2011 as part of the Mac mini series. The computer was introduced on June 15, 2010, and its price started at $999.

The new Mac mini Server features a 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 4 GB of RAM, two 500 GB hard drives, a new Aluminum Unibody case, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and 256 MB NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics in the base model.

This Mac mini has been discontinued on July 20, 2011. Today Mac mini Server Mid 2010 is 13 years old!

Mac mini Server Mid 2010 Details

Introduced June 15, 2010 – 13 years ago
Discontinued July 20, 2011 – 12 years ago
Last Software Update November 12, 2020 – 3 years ago
Time on the Market 13 months (1 year)
Time of Support 124 months (10 years)
Model Identifier Macmini4,1
Model Number A1347
EMC 2364
Order Number MC438LL/A
Original Price $999
Colors Aluminum
Weight 3 Ibs.
1.360 KG
Dimensions 1.4” H x 7.7” W x 7.7” D
3.55 cm H x 19.55 cm W x 19.55 cm D

Mac mini Server Tech Specs


Processor Intel Core 2 Duo P8800 “Penryn” (2.66 GHz)
Processor Speed 2.66 GHz
Architecture 64-bit
Number of Cores 2
System Bus 1066 MHz
Cache 3 MB on-chip shared L2

Storage & Media

Storage 2 – 500 GB
Media MacBook Air SuperDrive (Optional)


Built-in Memory 4 GB
Maximum Memory 8 GB (Apple)
16 GB (Actual)
Memory Slots 2 – PC3-8500 204-pin DDR3 SO-DIMM 1066 MHz
Interleaving Support Yes


Built-in Display None


Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce 320M
Graphics Memory 256 MB DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory*
Display Connection 1 – HDMI
1 – Mini DisplayPort
Display Mode Dual display extended and video mirroring
External Resolution Up to 1920 x 1080 pixels (HDMI)
Up to 2560 x 1600 pixels (dual-link DVI)
*Memory may vary depending on graphics needs. Minimum graphics memory usage is 128 or 256 MB.


Expansion Slots 1 – Secure Digital (SD)
Hard Drive Interface 3 Gbps Serial ATA (SATA)


Ethernet 10/100/1000BASE-T (RJ-45 – support for jumbo frames)
Modem None
Wi-Fi AirPort Extreme Card 802.11a/b/g/n
Bluetooth Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
USB 4 – 480 Mbps
FireWire 1 – 800 Mbps
Infrared 1 – For Apple Remote only
Audio In 1 – 3.5-mm analog/optical input jack
Audio Out 1 – 3.5-mm analog/optical combo jack
1 – Built-in speaker
Display 1 – HDMI
1 – Mini DisplayPort


Peripherals None


Original OS Mac OS X Server 10.6.3
Maximum OS macOS 10.13.6
Firmware Intel Extensible Firmware Interface
AirDrop Supported
Bundled Software Mac OS X Server 10.6


Backup Battery 3 V CR2032 Lithium
Maximum Continuous Power 85 W
Line Voltage 100 – 240 V AC

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