Geekbench results of 1.4ghz 16gb ddr macbook 12"

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  1. KensaiMage macrumors member

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    are there any benchmarks /geekbench results of a 1.4ghz 16gb ddr macbook 12" already?

    I wonder how much worse the result is than the new ipad's pro...

    I ordered 10.5" ipad for uni but I am thinking about a macbook instead now.
     
  2. sunapple macrumors 65816

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    Benchmarks are the least important when comparing an iPad to a MacBook lol. Totally different devices and different operating systems, so I doubt they'll be of much use.
     
  3. KensaiMage thread starter macrumors member

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    I found it.

    Well, the iPad is a different machine and a mac is a mac.
    However, here you go:
    https://browser.primatelabs.com/v4/cpu/3097939

    iPad Pro 2 - scored higher than 9000
    Macbook 12" i7 16gb ddr - scored higher than 7000

    Both are multicore results.
     
  4. sunapple macrumors 65816

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    Okay, but there's no app that takes advantage of this performance. When there will be one will that even be something you'll use? The Mac can run any program, the iPad just iPad apps.

    The iPad has other unique features like multi touch and portability of course, but purely performance wise I'd say the MacBook still has an edge.
     
  5. thunng8 macrumors 6502a

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    There's actually one - Affinity Photo. Hopefully more are coming if Affinity photo is a success.
    And of course the mac can only run mac program - not sure why you said any. You should make your purchasing decision depending on what applications you require.
     
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  7. KensaiMage, Jun 14, 2017
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    KensaiMage thread starter macrumors member

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    Woot? HS runs even on postapocalyptic calculators like iOS 6 apple devices!
     

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