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MacBook Air with M1 Chip Beats Most Expensive Intel MacBook Pro in Geekbench



The new MacBook Air with a proprietary chipset from Cupertin called M1, presented on November 10 as part of Apple’s online fall presentation, was faster than the top-end 2019 16-inch MacBook Pro with an Intel processor inside.

In the popular Geekbench benchmark, the new MacBook Air with 8GB of RAM scored an impressive 1687 points in the single-core test. In multi-core it is even better – 7433 points. The Geekbench database also lists the base clock speed of the M1 as 3.2GHz.

As for the expensive MacBook Pro with Intel Core-i9, it has the following results – 1096 points in a single-core test and 6870 points in a multi-core test.

In addition, the new MacBook Air with M1 is faster than all iOS devices, including the entire iPhone 12 lineup (compact iPhone 12 mini with 5.4-inch display, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, as well as the flagship 6.7-inch giant iPhone 12 Pro Max) and the new iPad Air with the latest 5nm A14 Bionic chipset inside.

So, the iPhone 12 Pro scored 1584 (single-core testing) and 3898 points (multi-core test) in Geekbench, and the latest generation iPad Air – 1585 and 4647 points.

What about the new Mac mini and MacBook Pro? Their results are as follows – 1682/7067 and 1714/6802 points, respectively.

Source: NoteBookCheck

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