Apple is preparing to introduce the first MacBook models with Apple Silicon processors at the November 10 event. The A14X processor that will power the devices emerged with the performance test results.
A14X performance test that will power the new MacBooks has emerged!
Apple will host the “And one more thing” event on November 10th. Here, it will showcase its first ARM-based Macs. The first Apple Silicon processor is thought to be based on the six-core A14 Bionic that powers the iPhone 12 and iPad Air and will be introduced as the A14X.
The A14X processor, which will go through the 5 nm production process by TSMC, gets 1.634 points from Geekbench 5 in a single core and 7.220 points in a multi-core, according to performance test results. The processor, which is transferred to reach a maximum frequency of 3.1 GHz, is supported with 8 GB of RAM according to the hardware in the test.
A14X vs Intel Core i9
For comparison, the 16-inch MacBook Pro model with Intel Core i9 processor received 1,096 and 6,869 points from the same test. According to these results, the A14X processor is quite powerful and can deliver this power with low heat and energy.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the event will feature a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Apple Silicon processors, 16-inch “MacBook Pro” and 13-inch MacBook Air models.