Apple M1 chip benchmark exposure: New MacBook Air, MacBook Pro

Apple’s self-made M1 chip released the new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini equipped with M1 chip which is Apple’s first chip designed especially for Mac.

The report published MacRumors, the first benchmark test of the new M1 chip has appeared on the Geekbench website, The Geekbench score that the MacBook Air equipped with 8 GB RAM and a single-core of 1687 and a multi-core score of 7433. The M1 chip has a 7-core GPU which shows a basic frequency is 3.2 GHz.

The MacBook Air’s M1 chip performs better than all iOS devices.

The Apple iPhone Pro has a single-core of

  • Single Core 1584
  • Multi Core 3898

The Apple iPad Air A14 scored

  • Single-Core 1585
  • Multi-Core 4647

The single-core performance of the new MacBook Air is better than any available in MacBook Pro use basically with the Same M1 Chip.

The Apple’s M1 chip is outperforming the 16-inch MacBook Pro 2019 models when it comes to raw performance, the 16-inch MacBook Pro likely to offer better performance in other areas such as GPU as those models have high power availability in discrete GPUs.

In the new Apple MacBook Air M1 and 13-inch MacBook Pro doesn’t support any external eGPU through the Thunderbolt port. To check the prices of MacBook Air, MacBook Pro click here!