New MacBooks and MacBook Pro benchmarks - improved performance

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By: switchtoamac at: 10:03 AM on November 1, 2007 | Comments (0)

The new 13-inch MacBook and new MacBook Pro 2.6 portables introduced by Apple on Thursday offer up to a 10 percent performance increase on some tasks over their predecessors, as demonstrated by company benchmarks.

MacBook 2.2GHz offers more than 10% increases in performance
When compared to the prior top-line 2.16GHz models, the new 2.2GHz MacBooks offer speed improvements as follows when tested against the original 2.0GHz MacBook Core Duo

Apple's new 2.2GHz MacBook vs. original 2.0GHz MacBook Core Duo


Apple's old 2.16GHz MacBook vs. original 2.0GHz MacBook Core Duo


MacBook Pro 2.6GHz offers significant increase in performance

When compared to the prior top-line 2.4GHz models, the new 2.6GHz MacBooks offer speed improvements as follows when tested against the original 17-inch MacBook Pro 2.16GHz Intel Core Duo

Apple's new 2.6GHz MacBook Pro vs. original 2.16GHz MacBook Pro Core Duo

Apple's 2.4GHz MacBook Pro vs. original 2.16GHz MacBook Pro Core Duo


Note that iLife was updated earlier this year since the prior benchmarks were conducted.  Apple does not make mention of this in their latest benchmark test results.  All images are subsets of images obtained from Apple's web site.

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