New Apple Leak Shows Powerful MacBook Performance

New Apple Leak Shows Powerful MacBook Performance
New Apple Leak Shows Powerful MacBook Performance
Ahead of Apple’s “One More Thing” event this Tuesday and the anticipated release of the first ARM-based Mac machines, there are two big questions that many hope will be answered. One of them is the ability of macOS on ARM to run macOS apps designed for Intel-based Macs. The second is how much power Apple’s new ARM chips will have.

In the days leading up to the launch, we are approaching a later answer.

CHINA – 10/23/2020: In this photo illustration an iPhone 12 smartphone is placed on the keyboard of one … [+] MacBook Pro laptop. The iPhone 12 series was released on October 13th and shipped on October 23rd. (Photo illustration by Alex Tai / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images)

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Apple is expected to use its A14X processor in the new MacBook Pro and MacBook laptops. The A14 family made their debut in the iPhone 12 phones, and the A14X variant is also expected to be the heart of the iPad Pro when the 2021 variant is announced early next year. But how does it compare with the current Intel processors on Macs?

Benchmarks were shown in the popular Geekbanch suite listing the hardware of the A14X. Wesley Hillard has more:

“The alleged CPU benchmarks for the” A14X “show a 1.80 GHz processor that allows turbo boosting to 3.10 GHz. This is the first custom Apple Silicon to ever clock above 3 GHz, and the GPU results show that there is 8 GB of RAM in the processor.

“The single-core benchmark for the” A14X “scored 1634 versus the A12Z at 1118. The A14 scored 1,583 points for single-core tests, which is expected because the single-core scores are between the regular and the” X “shouldn’t change significantly. Models. ”

How does this fit in with the Intel MacBooks? Very well! The current 16-inch MacBook Pro is rated at 1096 for a single core and 6869 for multiple cores.

This is all about the processing grunt. Moving to ARM has many other benefits, including lower battery power consumption. Running at a lower temperature, which does not require aggressive cooling; and of course not having to rely on Intel’s production and design schedule.

No doubt Apple will rely heavily on some of these benchmarking results when presenting the hardware. And I have no doubt that when the hardware hits consumers there will be more benchmarking and testing to see how good the ARM is in terms of performance.

Right now the numbers look good, but once the machines hit the real world we will for sure know.

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