It has attracted attention with its 2020 MacBook Air performance, which was introduced recently. After the online event, it was wondering how the new model performed compared to the previous models. In a report prepared, 2020 MacBook Air vs 2019 MacBook Pro comparison was made.
Introducing its new device in the acclaimed MacBook Air series, Apple positioned the 10th generation Intel i7 processors on the computer. It was stated in the announcement that the graphics performance increased by 80 percent and 3733 MHz LPDDR4X memory was used.
The 2020 Macbook Air performance is quite curious. MacBook Pro was very talked about in the MacBook series, which is known for offering its users a fast use experience. Especially the model with 16 inch screen size was liked.
It is useful to look at the features of both devices before the performance test results. The 2020 MacBook Air has a quad-core i7 processor running at 1.2 GHz in the highest hardware options. The Intel Iris Plus graphics unit is included with this 10th generation Intek processor. There is an 8 GB LPDDR4X RAM, which stands out with the working speed of 3733 MHz, and SSD storage starting from 256 GB to 2 TB.
Looking at the 2019 MarBook Pro features, the 8-core 8th-generation i7 running at 1.7 GHz is the top choice. With 8GB of LPDDR3 memory running at 2133MHz, there is a storage option starting from 128GB and up to 2TB.
In the report prepared, these two models were compared. In the tests with the Geekbench 5, the 2020 MacBook Air takes the lead in a single transaction test. The 2020 MacBook Air scored 1047 points in this test, while the 2019 MacBook Pro scored 933 points.
However, in the multitasking test, things are reversed. In this test, the 2020 MacBook Air scored 2658, while the 2019 MacBook Pro scored 3851. There is a difference of 1193 points between the two models.
With the test, the superiority of the 2019 MacBook Pro has been proven in multiple transactions. The reason for this is the model class of both devices. Because high performance stands out in Pro versions. Air also aims for longer battery life and lightness.
Along with the test, the 2020 MacBook Air used the 10th generation i5 processor with a 1.1 GHz base speed and a 3.5 GHz Turbo Boost speed. The 2019 MacBook Pro used the 8th generation i5 processor with a 3.9 GHz Turbo Boost speed along with a 1.4 GHz base speed.