Fans of the Mac mini may have been a tad disappointed with last year's refresh, but it looks like Apple is looking to rectify that. According to a new report, the company has added the option to purchase a 2TB configuration of the 2.8GHz version of the mini.
The new option was spotted by 9to5Mac, and appears to have popped up sometime over the holidays:
According to our digging into web archives, the 2TB option returned for the priciest Mac mini model in mid-December, right around the Christmas holidays. The 2TB Fusion Drive upgrade costs a $100 more than the 1TB drive, and it requires the machine to be built-to-order.
This is definitely good news for those who may have felt a little claustrophobic with a maximum of 1TB of wiggle room on the refreshed model.