As we all know the new 15" MacBooks Pro has dual graphics which are: Integrated Intel HD 530 And dedicated Radeon Pro 450-560. We all know that dedicated GPU will only kick-in in GPU intensive applications such as Final Cut, Premier and etc. For everything else, which is 99% of the time, we will be using the integrated HD 530 graphics. In other words dedicated GPU will never kick in when you are doing regular tasks, like resizing windows, browsing the web and etc. Now here is the performance comparison between 2015 Macbook Pro integrated graphics and 2016 Macbook Pro graphics: New 2016 MBP 15" model uses Intel HD 530 which has performance of 441.6 GFLOPS 2015 MBP 15" model uses Iris Pro Graphics 5200 which has performance of 832 GFLOPS. So, it looks like the new model is twice as slow as 2015 model. And 2015 model barely passes as a fluid experience in Parallels. Which means that 2016 model will be a major lagfest in Parallels. Now let's compare 2012 MBP 15" performance to 2016 performance: Intel HD 530 inside 2016 Macbook Pro 15" has performance of 441.6 GFLOPS Intel HD 4000 inside 2012 Retina Macbook Pro 15" has performance of 332.8 GFLOPS Looks like performance of 2012 Macbook pro is very close to that of 2016 model and we all know how 2012 Macbook pro ended up being a lagfest when scrolling in Safari with heavy websites with a lot of images and stuff (aka Facebook and etc). Really this 2016 model is a huge downgrade from 2015 model. There's barely any CPU performance difference and 2016 Integrated GPU is twice as slow as 2015 model.