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this is your performance according to the first benchmarks

Last Tuesday, to the surprise of most, Apple decided to launch a revamp of the MacBook Pro. The company promised major performance improvements for what is the best laptop in the history of the brand and apparently did not cheat. The first benchmarks have already emerged showing the high performance of this equipment. Here we show you all the details.

The 15-inch MacBook Pro 2019 8-core processor should deliver high performance, at least on paper. It wasn’t until a few hours ago that the device’s first benchmarks were released. For those of you who don’t know what a benchmark is, the bottom line is the results of power and performance tests on a device.

this is your performance according to the first benchmarks
this is your performance according to the first benchmarks

Source: Geekbench

Geekbench, the leading multi-device benchmark portal, has published the first results of the MacBook Pro, obtaining 5879 points for a single core and 29184 for multiple cores . These results contrast with the 5348 and 22620 obtained respectively by the 2018 MacBook Pro. This translates to an almost 10% increase in performance for single-core speeds, while the 8-core increased by an incredible 29% .

Knowing this data, it is up to each user to determine if this is the right device for him. If you perform tasks that require high performance, such as video editing, this is probably the right MacBook for you. However, for those who perform more everyday tasks such as consuming multimedia content or doing Office work, it may not be the right choice, especially for its price.

Please note that the price list for the new MacBook Pro 2019, although please note that this price could increase depending on whether you choose additional features such as more internal memory or reinstalled programs such as Final Cut:

  • MacBook Pro 2019 13″ with 2.4GHz quad-core processor and Turbo Boost up to 4.1GHz from
  • MacBook Pro 2019 13″ with 2.4GHz quad-core processor and Turbo Boost up to 4.1GHz from
  • MacBook Pro 2019 15″ with a 2.6GHz six-core processor and Turbo Boost up to 4.5GHz from £2,799
  • MacBook Pro 2019 15″ with a 2.3GHz eight-core processor and up to 4.8GHz Turbo Boost from £3,299.

Learn more about the MacBook Pro 2019 at the official Apple website.

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