Earlier in the week, Apple updated its MacBook Pro lineup, introducing a model based on Intel Kaby Lake with a clock frequency of 1.3 GHz and Turbo Boost up to 3.6 GHz. Drives laptops become up to 50% faster, and a supported amount of RAM — twice.
According to the benchmark Geekbench 4, MacBook Pro sample 2017 performance period models. In particular, the new 15-inch version on the chip Intel Core-i7 2.9 GHz, shows the result 4632 and 15747 points in single-threaded and multithreaded modes of testing, respectively. Last year’s model with an Intel Core-i7 sixth generation, which runs at 2.7 GHz, shows the average result of 4098 and 13155 points, respectively.
With a price that has not changed and is $2800, the new MacBook Pro work for the 13% and 19.7% faster in single-threaded and multi-threaded tests respectively.
The new MacBook Pro is already available in the official online Apple store and authorized Resellers. Now the standard configuration of “Proshka” 15 inch includes a more powerful discrete GPU with more VRAM, MacBook Pro 13 inch is available in a new configuration.
On portable machines pre-installed free packages iLife and iWork, and in the autumn of this year the owners will be free to upgrade your operating system to macOS High Sierra.