As per a report by MacRumours, a 3D Mark Time Spy benchmark of a device that is believed to be the new 13-inch MacBook Pro was leaked on Twitter. As per the benchmark, the device seems to be equipped with Intel’s 10th-generation 2.3GHz i7-1068NG7 Ice Lake processor with 4.1GHz turbo boost (via Wccftech). Also, as per the tweet, the device will have 32GB RAM and 2TB SSD. Here’s the tweet.
2020 13″ Macbook Pro > i7-1068NG7 2.3GHz base 4.1GHz boost 28W > 32GB of RAM > 2TB SSD https://t.co/o4k6ymc6oJ
— _rogame (@_rogame) 1581762758000
The Intel 10th Generation Ice Lake processors are the 10nm chips that the company unveiled last year. Segregated into Corei3, i5 and i7 processors, they come with up to 4C/8T cores/threads and have an LL cache size of 8MB. They offer a maximum turbo frequency of 4.1GHz and up to 4X integrated Thunderbolt. The thermal power options are 9W, 15W and 28W.
Coming to the latest MacBook by Apple, the 16-inch MacBook Pro has the largest Retina notebook display ever and has a screen resolution of 3072×1920 pixels with a density of 226 ppi. Apple also said that the device “uses the most advanced thermal architecture ever in a Mac notebook”. The company claimed that due to the fan design, the device has a 28% increase in airflow. It also has a 35% larger heat sink, as per Apple.