The AnTuTu Score of the M1 Processor MacBook Air Revealed

The AnTuTu Score of the M1 Processor MacBook Air Revealed

The AnTuTu score of Apple‘s new generation MacBook Air model with M1 processor has been revealed. According to the shared scores, the MacBook Air has raised the bar in AnTuTu to a completely different level.

Apple, while introducing new generation Mac models powered by ARM-based M1 processor, announced that the devices can also run iOS applications as well.
This way, we will now be able to compare the performance of new generation MacBooks with iPhone and other smartphones.

AnTuTu, the popular performance test platform where smartphones are compared with each other, is one of the applications that can be run on Mac models with M1 processors. Now, thanks to this feature, the AnTuTu v8 score of the M1 processor MacBook Air has emerged.

According to the shared screenshot, the new generation MacBook Air achieves 1.119.243 points in AnTuTu.

AnTuTu points matter

AnTuTu points, which previously scored around 100.000’s for smartphones, exceed the million threshold with the M1 processor MacBook Air. According to the shared screenshot, the new generation MacBook Air achieves 1.119.243 points in AnTuTu.

The high performance of the M1 processor MacBook Air is comprehended better when compared to the scores of the iPad Pro with A12Z processor. Because the new MacBook Air offers a 50 percent CPU and 45 percent GPU performance increase compared to the iPad Pro.

The new MacBook Air offers a 50 percent CPU and 45 percent GPU performance increase compared to the iPad Pro.

The difference becomes even greater when the comparison is made with the A14 processor that powers the iPhone 12 family. Both the M1 and A14 processors are produced with a 5 nm process. The M1 processor has a 4 + 4 core array and the A14 processor has a 2 + 4 core array.

The performance equivalent of this difference is 78 percent higher CPU and 2.5 times higher GPU performance. Of course, at this point, it should not be forgotten that the M1 processor has reached much higher frequency speeds.