Apple’s M2 MacBook Air Benchmarks

The new M2 MacBook Air is presently up for pre-order, but the results of its initial benchmark test are already online. Even though it was anticipated, we can finally say that the new Air and the M2 MacBook Pro have comparable benchmark results. Since both products make use of the same chip, it was almost certain that their experiences would be comparable. The M2 MacBook Air lacks an active cooling mechanism, which makes these two devices distinct from one another. In light of this, the 13-inch MacBook Pro will actually perform better while running intensive tasks for an extended period of time.

The first 2022 M2 MacBook Air Geekbench benchmark test reveals that this device achieves 1,899 on a single-core score and 8,965 on a multi-core score, as noted by Twitter user Mr. Macintosh (via AppleInsider). The 13-inch MacBook Pro delivers a 1,919 single-core score and an 8,928 multi-core score in comparison to this benchmark test. While the M2 chip powers both the new MacBook Pro and the redesigned MacBook Air, it’s crucial to keep in mind that performance and benchmark results may differ slightly.

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The M2 chip, according to Apple, offers several noteworthy improvements over the M1 chip from the previous generation, including an 18% faster CPU, a 35% more potent GPU, and a 40% quicker Neural Engine. According to these tests, the M2 MacBook Air’s single-core performance is around 11.56 percent quicker than the M1 chip, while multi-core performance is up approximately 19.45 percent.

With a uniformly flat enclosure, a bigger display, and reduced screen bezels, the new M2 MacBook Air represents the most major design change to the MacBook Air line in ten years. The front camera is now located inside a display notch, just as the MacBook Pro from 2021. Are you anticipating this device? Do you intend to purchase one for yourself? Post your comments in the space provided below.

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