Apple seems to be transitioning to a processor different from what they actually use in previous iterations. A recent leak from a @rogame Twitter user has confirmed the Macbook Pro 2020 specs is getting all the attention.
What’s the juicy leak about
It looks like the13-inch MacBook Pro 2020 could get a major overhaul when it comes to their cpu, indicating that instead it will get an Intel 10th generation chip. Ultimately, being able to power up so many things at once and doing multi-tasking will never be a concern. Or at least, that is the goal.
Who leaked it and what’s the scoop
The leak came from the product of a benchmark 3DMark Time Spy. This was then shared on Twitter by @ rogame, as soon as possible. The13-inch MacBook Pro 2020 will come along with an intel core i7-1068NG7 processor, according to the reports. This has four cores and eight threads, with a base clock of 2.3GHz and can increase to 4.1GHz.
The difference in performance
It seems that the13-inch MacBook Pro 2020 will receive a major performance boost over last year’s edition, with a new leak claiming that Apple’s smaller MacBook Pro 2020 would gain Intel 10th generation processors.
The leak emerged from findings of the 3DMark Time Spy test, which was shared on Twitter by @ rogame. The13-inch MacBook Pro 2020 will come with an Intel Core i7-1068NG7 processor with four cores and eight threads, a 2.3GHz base clock and a 4.1GHz boost, according to those reports.
This features an older Intel Core i5-8279U quad-core processor when compared to the 2019 MacBook Pro 13-inch. The newer model scores a 12 percent higher impressive than the previous model. It could achieve a performance increase of up to 29 percent for the graphics department. Crazy’.
Why the upgrade
If you own or have used a 13-inch MacBook Pro (2019), to be exact, it was really an older processor variant, 8th. This angered customers and consumers out there as it seems like Apple hasn’t thought much about its users and the new updates they need to get work done.
Yeah, so those are all rumors to go by and boot a screenshot. Nonetheless, if this is true, Apple users should be happy to get their hands on this 13-inch(2020) version of MacBook Pro 2020 because of the upgrade. Apple hasn’t said anything yet, so right now it’s pretty hush-hush in there.
What happened to Apple’s own processors anyway
If those rumors are to be believed, Apple will stick to its guns and choose Intel for the foreseeable future as MacBook processors. There are also reports that Apple is a bit frustrated with the issues with Intel’s supply, causing them to build their own MacBook processor. Like what iPhones and iPads do for them. Yet unconfirmed.
Whether Apple will still use Intel’s chip for this year’s MacBook Pro, this means that Intel and Apple have settled their disagreements or that the processor’s own version of Ios is not yet ready for commercial usage.