2016 MacBook Pro With Touch Bar First Geekbench

As leaked in a Geekbench,  the 2016 MacBook Pro without Touch Bar  test performance delivered in the standard version with an Intel Core Dual Core i5 (Skylake) with 2.0GHz, this model would be significantly more powerful than last year’s models. This would show that the new models introduced this year have a higher potential and would be facing one of the most powerful devices on the market today, not directly say that they are the most competent in the market. This would give a boost to Apple, despite not being the Top Sales for portable, if that dominates the market to be the company that offers the most powerful devices.


The entry model, which incorporates an Intel Core i5 2.0GHz processor based on dual-core Skylake, which currently has an average score of 6,970 multi-core, which would indicate that it is only up to 7% faster the basis of early 2015 model, the 13-inch model, equipped with an Intel core i5 2.7GHz processor based on dual-core Broadwell, which currently has an average score of 6,497 multi-core. The latest model 2016 is also slightly faster than the mid-range of 13 inches last year, although it is surpassed by little the higher end model.

Apple introduced the new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar last week. However, these devices will not be delivered until the end of November. At the same time, Apple has presented a new 13 inch MacBook Pro without touch bar, which is immediately available.

Question of performance and efficiency

While improvements in performance are negligible, the 13-inch model without Touch Bar with 15-watt chips is more efficient than the 28-watt chip model last year. The lower power consumption device 2016 is remarkable compared to last year’s model, despite having a smaller battery of 54.5 watts per hour versus the 74.9 watt-hour battery (model year past).


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