Apple will host the “One More Thing” event on November 10th, which is widely expected to showcase its first arm-based Macs powered by an internal chip. The first Mac processor is believed to be based on the hexa-core A14 Bionic that made the iPhone 12 and iPad Air, and it will be known as the A14X. The chip has now surfaced according to Geekbench 5 AppleInsider. Like the A14, the A14X is reportedly manufactured using the 5nm process by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and is apparently an octa-core processor based on Arm’s big.LITTLE architecture. The chip will likely fuel the next iPad Pro, too.
The A14X is apparently clocked at 1.80 GHz and the report says it could be turbo boosted to 3.10 GHz.
In comparison, the A12Z bionic chip that powers the current iPad Pro scored 1,118 points in the single-core test and 4,657 points in the multi-core test.
And in case you’re wondering, the A14 managed 1,583 and 4,198 on the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. The chip is apparently overclocked on the iPhone 12 to avoid overheating issues.
The 16-inch MacBook Pro with the Intel Core i9 processor under the hood scored 1,096 and 6,869 points in the same test, which means that upcoming Macs will be much faster than Apple’s current lineup.
The company is expected to showcase 13-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, as well as a 13-inch MacBook Air, during the upcoming event.
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