The top of the range MacBook Pro 13 ″ 2020 configurable with Intel Core i5 quadcore 2nd generation 2.0GHz (Turbo Boost up to 3.8GHz) with 6MB shared L3 cache and Intel Core i7 quadcore 10th generation 2.3GHz ( Turbo Boost up to 4.1GHz) and 8MB shared L3 cache.
What changes in speed between the top of the range MacBook Pro 13 ″ of 2019 and the MacBook Pro 13 ″ 2020? Here are some benchmarks run by the site BareFeats on the two models, but also on the third generation iPad Pro 2019 and the fourth generation iPad Pro 2020.
In Geekbench 5 tests the MacBook Pro 2020 proves slightly faster than the 2019 version; the real surprise comes from the GPU tests with Metal, which shows a leap in terms of performance, interesting for those who need a higher graphics sector than that offered by the basic variants of the same machine.
For the first time in years, the Iris Plus Graphics can also beat the iPad Pro on the GPU Metal side. On the pure calculation, however, the iPad Pro continues to beat the Intel 10th generation processors used by Apple on the MacBook Pro 2020.
The new MacBook Pro 13 2020 available from € 1,529: can be ordered from today in the Apple online store: it will begin to be available for customers and in some Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Resellers within the weekend.
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