Browsing the Geekbench charts, I've just noticed the existence of a new "MacBook Pro (15-inch Late 2016)". Are these real benchmarks? On multi-core, even the MacBook Pro (15-inch Retina Mid 2014) 2.5Ghz is above the new 2.7Ghz machine. Check it by yourself. https://browser.primatelabs.com/mac-benchmarks I understand that over the years, since we've reached a plateau on processor speed, its very hard to find noticeable improvements, and It's all about efficiency; but this is not even an improvement. And yes, I know that it's still a really powerful machine, and that real performance is what really matters. But even though... Disclaimer: I own a MacBook Pro (15-inch Retina Mid 2014) 2.5Ghz and was wondering If upgrading to the 15-inch 2.6Ghz was worthwhile in terms of power. But finding this was a little discouraging.