Apple’s self-developed ARM processor MacBook will feature an A14X processor

Apple’s special event on November 10th is just around the end of the day, when Apple’s Big Chance will release a MacBook with Apple’s own ARM processor, and now the performance of Apple’s self-developed ARM processor, perhaps known as the A14X Bionic, has been exposed.

The A14X’s running score was found on Geekbench 5, showing that the processor’s base frequency is 1.8GHz and can be as high as 3.1GHz, which is an 8-core processor and contains 8GB of memory in the GPU section,media appleinsider reported.

Apple's self-developed ARM processor MacBook will feature an A14X processor

The A14X has a single-core benchmark score of 1634, while the A12Z has a score of 1118 and the A14 has a single-core test score of 1,583, so compared to the A14, the ARM processor single-core performance on the new MacBook has not improved much, of course, it is to be expected, after all, the improvement of single-core performance is very difficult.

On the multi-core side, the A14X has a multi-core benchmark score of 7220, while the A12Z has a score of 4657 and the A14 has a multi-core score of 4198.

In addition, Apple will release the new MacBook in two series and two sizes at a special event on November 10, with three products: the new 13-inch MacBook Air and the new 13-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, Bloomberg reported. And the hardware side of the chip to Apple’s self-developed ARM processor, other designs have not changed significantly.

For all three MacBooks, the new 13-inch MacBook Air and the new 13-inch MacBook Pro are currently made by Foxconn, the 16-inch MacBook Pro is made by Quanta, and the two 13-inch MacBooks on Foxconn’s side are now ahead of schedule, so they are likely to ship earlier after launch.