We have here another hint of the imminent Apple's renewal of its iMac, MacBook Pro and even the Mac Pro.
This is all about the Geekbench results that have been spotted today registering not-released yet MacBook Pro 9,1 and iMac 13,2 (With good results by the way).
According to Engadget:
| The first purports to be an unknown 'MacBookPro9,1' laptop powered by an Ivy Bridge Core i7-3820QM running at 2.7GHz, which achieved a benchmark of 12252 -- that's around 17 percent better than a current equivalent Core i7 15-inch or 17-inch MacBook Pro. The second benchmark comes from an 'iMac13,2' running off Intel's next-gen Core i7-3770 desktop chip clocked at 3.4GHz, which only merits a score of 12183 because it's hobbled by 4GB of RAM. If you exclude memory and compare only the CPU integer and floating point scores, then you're looking at a roughly nine percent gain over a current 27-inch iMac with a 3.4Ghz Core i7-2600 processor.|
You have direct links to both tests below.
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