Apple’s 2017 MacBook Pro Shows Up To 20% Performance Increase Over 2016 Model

At WWDC this week, Apple has refreshed its MacBook Pro lineup with Intel’s seventh-generation Kaby Lake processors.

MacRumors has posted images of early benchmarks for the notebooks, which suggest that the 2017 models are up to 20 percent faster than their predecessors from 2016. One model that has been benchmarked a few times was the new 15-inch MacBook Pro which features a 2.9GHz Core i7 processor.

Here are the Geekbench 4 results when compared with the equivalent model from last year:

As you can see, this year’s MacBook Pro is 13 percent faster when it comes to the single-core performance and a 19.7 percent faster in multi-core performance.

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