It looks like for the upcoming MacBook Pro Apple might be choosing graphics over CPU power.
The company is expected to release a new 13-inch MacBook Pro in the following months, and some recent leaks gave us a vague idea of what sort of processor will be lying underneath the keyboard.
Specialists expected the next MacBook Pro to be powered by Intel processors. If leaker @_rogame (who, by the way, proved reliable over time) is right, the chip will be a 10th Gen Ice Lake processor named Core i7-1068NG7.
The recently discovered 3DMark benchmark results that are supposedly coming from the upcoming MacBook Pro suggest that the new Apple device should return an increment in processing power of up to 12% than its predecessor and a stunning 30% better graphics performance.
In addition to the beefy 10th Generation Intel CPUs, the following MacBook Pro is rumored to pack up to 32GB of RAM and a two terabyte SSD.
Fans worldwide are aching to know if the upcoming model will use the dreadful butterfly keyboard, or it will receive scissor switches like on the 16-inch MacBook Pro. Signs suggest that the latter option might be the winner, which means that the 2020 MacBook Pro will likely be the best in many years.