Leaked screenshot alleged to show benchmark result of Apple-designed ARM Mac

Leaked screenshot alleged to point out benchmark results of Apple-designed ARM Mac Yesterday, a extremely suspected benchmark was posted on Slashleaks, which is alleged to be the results of Apple’s desktop-class (10-core and 12-core) A-series processors primarily based on the ARM structure. It might doubtlessly imply that Apple to launch Mac with ARM processors as early as this 12 months.

The leak comes from an nameless supply, claiming that the 10-core model has a clock velocity of three.4GHz, whereas the screenshot reveals that the 12-core model (APWL2@HmP) has a clock velocity of three.19GHz. The one-core scores of the 2 processors are 7,335 and 6,912, respectively, and the multi-core scores are 20,580 and 24,240, respectively.

It’s unclear what the gadget that’s outfitted with the ARM chip, however judging from the efficiency, it needs to be desktop-level {hardware}. Each processors outperformed the single-core scores of 2017 27-inch of the Retina 5K iMac with 4.2GHz Intel Core i7-7700 processor, whereas the 12-core processor’s multi-core scores exceeded 2018 15-inch with 2.9GHz Intel Core i9-8950HK MacBook Professional’s scores.

It isn’t but doable to confirm the authenticity of the benchmark, nonetheless, it needs to be famous that the screenshot was uploaded on Friday and has no report up to now. Additionally, the “APWL2” gadget identify is inconsistent with Apple’s current A-series processor naming scheme. For instance, the prevailing A12 bionics are APL1W81, whereas the A11 bionics are APL1W72.


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