Apple has introduced new MacBook Pros with updated M1 Pro and M1 Max processors. Immediately after the presentation of new products, data from the first Geekbench test of the new 10-core M1 Max chip with a 32-core GPU appeared.
Apple announced that the new M1 Max or M1 Pro processor is approximately 70% faster than the previous generation of the M1 chip.
The Geekbench test demonstrates this superiority: the novelty received 1749 points in the single-core test and 11542 points in the multi-core test.
The multi-core score of 11542 compares to a late 2019 professional Mac Pro with a 12-core Intel Xeon W-3235 processor. Now this power is installed in the MacBook Pro 16.
A source: MacRumors