Apple MacBook Air M3 has been spotted in Geekbench, here are the results

Apple MacBook Air M3 has been spotted in Geekbench, here are the results

Recently, Apple introduced Apple MacBook Air models powered by the M3 chip. Now the MySmartPrice team has spotted MacBooks based on the Geekbench 6 benchmark database based on Apple M3. MacBook Air M3 scored 3157 points in the single-core round of the benchmark. While in the multi-core round, it scored 12020 points.

The list of benchmarks shows the presence of an Apple M3 processor with an octa-core central processing unit (with a base frequency of 4.05 GHz) and a 10-core graphics processor. The list indicates that the MacBook Air M3 has 16 GB of RAM, 128 KB of L1 instruction cache, 64 KB of L1 data cache, and 4 MB of L2 cache.

Apple MacBook Air M3 gets 20% performance boost over its predecessor

Compared to the previous generation of MacBook Air, the latest model scored about 20% more points in the single-core round and 18% more in the multi-core round. Each performance core of the Apple M3 runs at 4.05 GHz compared to 3.48 GHz in the Apple M2, which can be explained by the performance improvement seen in the Geekbench results.

Take a look at the comparative table of results

We remind you that MacBook Air M3 is available in two sizes – 13-inch and 15-inch. These laptops are equipped with a True Tone Liquid display with a peak brightness of 500 nits. Users can choose between 8GB, 16GB, or 24GB of RAM and 256GB, 512GB, 1TB, or 2TB of storage. MacBook Air M3 comes with MacOS Sonoma out of the box.


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