For the unaware, the brand new 13-inch MacBook Pro is available in three configurations. The base mannequin which is comes for $1299 has a 1.4GHz quad-core Intel Eighth-gen Core i5 SoC onboard, identical to its predecessor. However, the $1799 mannequin comes with an upgraded 2.0GHz quad-core Intel 10th-gen Core i5 processor.
Now, as per the Geekbench scores of the $1299 base model, the system was in a position to purchase a median single-core rating of 927 and a multi-core rating of 3822. However, its larger brother, the $1799 mannequin was in a position to carry out much better in Geekbench. It was in a position to purchase a single-core rating of 1236 and a multi-core rating of 4455. So, accordingly it’s clear that the $1799 mannequin is over 16.5% quicker than the $1299 one.
Now, aside from these two configurations, there’s additionally a higher-end mannequin that places the omnipotent 2.3GHz quad-core Intel 10th-gen Core i7 processor for these power-users. However, as there should not sufficient scores out there for this mannequin presently, evaluating it with the opposite two fashions is tough.