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Friday, 2 November 2018

This is the performance of the new MacBook Air 2018



Yesterday we attended the first benchmark analysis of the iPad Pro of 2018 , the data indicated that the tablet had a performance almost as high as the MacBook Pro 2018.

And today we have found the first MacBook Air benchmark that Apple presented together with the Mac mini and the iPad Pro in the special event of October 30th.

So we already know the performance of the new MacBook Air and its 7W Amber Lake chip manufactured by Intel and we know how it works with respect to other models of Apple's Mac line.


Benchmark of the MacBook Air of 2018

The MacBook Air that has participated in today's benchmark tests is equipped with an Intel Core i5-8210Y 1.6 GHz chip and 16 GB of RAM . The team has obtained a score of 4,248 in the single-core tests and a multi-core score of 7,828.



In the following list you can take a look at the performance benchmark scores of other MacBook models to get an idea of ​​what the progression of your hardware has been like:

Performance of a core:



  • MacBook Air 2018 - 4248
  • MacBook Air 2017 - 3335
  • MacBook 1.4GHz 2017 - 3925
  • MacBook 1.3GHz 2017 - 3630
  • MacBook 1.2GHz 2017 - 3527
  • MacBook Pro 2.3GHz 2018 - 4504
  • MacBook Pro 2.3GHz 2017 - 4314

Multi-core performance:



  • MacBook Air 2018 - 7828
  • MacBook Air 2017 - 6119
  • MacBook 1.4GHz 2017 - 7567
  • MacBook 1.3GHz 2017 - 6974
  • MacBook 1.2GHz 2017 - 6654
  • MacBook Pro 2.3GHz 2018 - 16464
  • MacBook Pro 2.3GHz 2017 - 9071


The new MacBook Air, compared to the MacBook Pro models of 2018 with Touch Bar, is not far in terms of performance in single-core tests . But it can not compete against the multi-core score of the MacBook Pro.

Previous models of the MacBook Air had Intel 15W chips, but the 2018 model has a 7W chip of the Y-series . Soon we will see other benchmark tests, the new MacBook Air will reach the market on November 7.

Via | Macrumors

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