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New 13 ″ MacBook Pro may have 10th generation Intel chips and up to 32GB of RAM

No one has any doubt that Apple will present, in the coming months, an update for the 13-inch MacBook Pro. The details about the machine are still not quite certain, although recent rumors suggest that it will receive the same Magic Keyboard with scissor mechanism from its newly launched 16-inch brother. Now, we also have a clue about the brain of the new notebooks.

O leaker @_rogame recently shared benchmarks of an unknown model of the 13 ? MacBook Pro, which, if real, certainly corresponds to one of the models of the next generation of the line. The machine in question is equipped with a chip i7-1068NG7, 10th generation ("Ice Lake") of processors from Intel (launched last August); the part has 2.3GHz of clock and can reach up to 4.1GHz with the Turbo Boost.

If the rumors are real, the future 13 ? MacBook Pro will be Ma's first computer equipped with an Intel 10th generation chip, and the first with a processor produced by the manufacturing method of 10 nanometers currently, the most advanced chips are limited to 14nm. The line "Ice Lake" Intel's overall performance gains are 12% in CPU performance compared to previous processors, and 30% of gains in graphic performance.

The benchmarks also indicate that the laptop can be equipped with up to 32GB RAM twice as much as the maximum we currently have. Below, the leaker who shared the information compares the benchmarks of the (supposed) new machine with one of the current models of the 13 ? MBP:

It now remains to wait to know all the details about the future machine. Guesses?

via MacRumors