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On 7 November, Apple’s latest Mac Mini, touted to give you five times the speed and performance, will go on sale across its stores and through Apple Authorized Resellers.

Ahead of the brick-and-mortar release, a particular page inside the Mac Mini’s ‘Getting Started’ guide has caught the attention of internet users after it was leaked through an early unboxing video.

The screenshot, shared by Twitter user @jonatan, shows an unreleased Apple desktop monitor that sports a slim profile and thin bezels.

The aesthetic follows in the footsteps of Apple’s other latest redesigned products, including its all-screen iPad Pro without Home button.

The tech giant is expected to release a refreshed Mac Pro next year, an update that was shared with TechCrunch earlier this year by Apple’s senior director of Mac Hardware Product Marketing, Tom Boger.

“We want to be transparent and communicate openly with our pro community, so we want them to know that the Mac Pro is a 2019 product. It’s not something for this year,” Boger announced.

While it remains unclear whether this desktop monitor is the same as the upcoming 2019 model, it wouldn’t be the first time that Apple has referenced unreleased products inside the packaging of in-market items.

Have you seen the Getting started guide on the new Mac Mini? It shows the display we all want 🤷♂ pic.twitter.com/M2Tf0xfUOB

— Jonatan 👋 (@jonatan) November 2, 2018

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