Apple pulled pages that referenced mid-2014 iMac, Mac Mini refresh

From the iPhone 6 leaks, the reports pointing to a new MacBook Air, and the recent rumors of a possible refresh to the iMac series, it seems like Apple may be struggling to keep their information under wraps. If reports from AppleInsider and Consomac are true, the Mac Mini, as well as the iMac could soon receive a refresh.

This screenshot, courtesy of Consomac, shows the already released mid-2014 21.5-inch iMac, as well as the unannounced 27-inch variant. According to this chart, the machine will be able to support the 64-bit versions of both Windows 8 and 7 via Boot Camp.

The screenshot above, which was supplied by AppleInsider, shows a reference to the (also unannounced) refresh of the Mac Mini; Apple's small and affordable computer has not been updated in around two years. Due to this fact, we can speculate that the machine might see a redesigned exterior, alongside the refreshed hardware.

While it is entirely possible that they may have listed these products by accident, the charts, which were pulled soon after being posted, could have mistakenly outed a refresh to both the 27-inch iMac, as well as the Mac Mini desktop products. If you'd like to see these references for yourself, the page is available for you to check out via Google's cached page.

Source: AppleInsider and Consomac | Image via Apple

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