MacBook Air with the recently announced Apple M1 chipset was discovered on AnTuTu and scored over a million points on the benchmarking website. It trumps the iPad Pro with the A12Z processor and the new MacBook Air disguises itself as an iPad Pro with iOS 14.2 software. Apple used the AnTuTu iOS app for the test because macOS Big Sur can run iOS apps on M1-based models. The MacBook Air with the M1 chip was also recently discovered on Geekbench, where it also achieved impressive results.
AnTuTu has published scores of the M1-based MacBook Air and achieved 11,19,243 points, including a CPU score of 2.82.265, a GPU score of 5.38.944, a MEM score of 1.89.921 and a UX score of 1. 08.113. AnTuTu compares it on its blog with the powerful iPad Pro 4 512 GB memory version and claims that the MacBook Air has a CPU score of 50.65 percent, a GPU score of 43.78 percent, a MEM score of 64, 98 percent, a UX score of 38.66 percent, and 48.19 percent percent in the total score.
The MacBook Air with the M1 chip is said to have been the first to achieve one million points in the AnTuTu v8 iOS app. These benchmarks are proof of the performance of the M1 processor. On Geekbench, MacBook Air with 8 GB of RAM, macOS 11.0.1 and Apple Silicon processor managed to achieve a single-core score of 1,687 and a multi-core score of 7,433. The listing also shows a base frequency of 3.2 GHz, which is significantly higher than the base clock speed of 2.3 GHz of the Intel Core i9-9880H processor on the 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Therefore, the MacBook Air with the M1 processor also clearly beats the top-class 16-inch MacBook Pro with the Intel Core i9-9880H processor in terms of single-core (1,029) and multi-core (6,012). Scores.
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