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Friday, 6 July 2018

New MacBook Pro in sight? Filtering data that would prove its existence



All the rumors indicated that Apple would present a MacBook in the WWDC of 2018 but finally it was not like that. Although the conference of developers of the company of the bitten apple was full of pleasant surprises, we did not attend the presentation of any new product .

We recently discovered that Apple registered a total of 10 new products in the Eurasian Economic Commission, specifically we are talking about 5 MacBooks and 5 iPad Pro . So, yes, it's likely that the Cupertino firm will launch new MacBooks in September.

Now, a Geekbench benchmark has come to light and presumes to filter the details on the hardware of a new MacBook Pro . The benchmark reveals some very interesting features that, we believe, you can not miss.

Possible benchmark of the new MacBook Pro 2018
The new equipment leaked on the benchmark is called "MacBookPro15.2," which appears to be an update to the 13-inch version of Apple's Pro line.

According to this Geekbench benchmark, Apple's new MacBook Pro will own an Intel Core i7-8559U Coffee Lake CPU that is not available in other products. In addition, it would have a 2.7GHz quad-core chip with 8MB L3 of cache that can boost its performance up to 4.5GHz.


The chip of this so-called MacBook Pro obtained a score of 4,448 single-core points and 16,607 in the multi-core tests. Although there is a very strange and suspicious data: the single-core score is on par with the 13-inch MacBook Pro 2017.

The only bad news comes from the team's RAM. The MacBook Pro 2018 could have 16 GB of LPDDR3 memory . So, based on the fact that the leak is true, it would imply that Apple will not make the leap to RAM LPDDR4.

Via | 9to5mac

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