New Entry Level 13-inch MacBook Pro is 4% Faster Than Last Year's Base Model [Chart]

New Entry Level 13-inch MacBook Pro is 4% Faster Than Last Year's Base Model [Chart]

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The new entry level 13-inch MacBook Pro is 4% faster in single core performance and 7% faster in multi core performance than the 2015 base model 13-inch MacBook Pro, according to benchmarks from Geekbench.

The 2015 base model 13-inch MacBook Pro had a 2.7GHz Intel Core i5-5257U processor and achieved a single core score of 3439 and a multi core score of 6497.

The 2016 entry level 13-inch MacBook Pro without Touch Bar has a 2.0 GHz Intel Core i5-6360U processor and achieves a single core score of 3574 and a multi core score of 6970.

Check out the chart below for a more detailed comparison. We'll let you know as soon as benchmarks for the Touch Bar and 15-inch models are available.

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New Entry Level 13-inch MacBook Pro is 4% Faster Than Last Year's Base Model [Chart]

New Entry Level 13-inch MacBook Pro is 4% Faster Than Last Year's Base Model [Chart]
odedo1 - November 2, 2016 at 2:42am
If you own the last generation Mac Book Pro don't even think about replacing it with this new Dangle Book, where is Steve when they need him? Instead of adding Apple is taking everything away, I swear this is the worst year for buying Apple products ever. https://youtu.be/A6KDpHvg1wQ Watch this and then you won't even think about replacing your old Mac Book Pro unless you are a fool that love to show off!!!
galford - November 1, 2016 at 6:53am
I love my old mac book pro since it has ports for everything , I do not like the idea of buying and carrying expensive converters
Inspector - November 1, 2016 at 4:07am
The cooling system isn't better exactly the opposite the thing runs on higher temperature then the older model as for the sound system and display you honestly cannot tell the difference :)
SpeakLogic - November 1, 2016 at 3:52am
Apple is getting sooooo weak!! This is a great year to protest with your wallet and demand better products and service!
Kk - November 1, 2016 at 12:37am
And you pay 300$ more for a 4% performance increase?
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