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Apple's M4 Chip is 22% Faster in Single-Core and 25% Faster in Multi-Core Performance

Apple's M4 Chip is 22% Faster in Single-Core and 25% Faster in Multi-Core Performance

This week Apple launched its latest M4 chip, based on its own custom silicon design. This chip is the successor to the M3 and the 4th generation design brings with it AI capabilities and improved CPU performance. The chip will ship first in the new iPad Pro and has been benchmarked in Geekbench v6. The chip is very promising with scores of 3767 in the single-core test and 14667 in the multi-core tests.

These scores represent a 22% improvement in single-core and a 25% improvement in multi-core over Apple's own M3 chip, which scored 3087 (single-core) and 11702 (multi-core) in the same test.

Of course this is just a simulated test and real world performance will vary. This test gives us an idea of ​​what Apple is working on. We'll have to wait for reviews of products like the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air to see what this chip can do.

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