Apple M2 Pro Geekbench Scores
The Mac Mini, the compact and affordable host from Apple, has recently been updated with the new M2 Pro chip. This update has not only brought new features to the table but also a significant performance improvement.
According to Geekbench, the Mac Mini with the M2 Pro and 16GB of unified memory scored 1952 points in single-core and 15013 points in multi-core. This is the first Apple M2 Pro Geekbench score that has been made public and it is clear to see that the new chip has brought a significant performance boost.
For comparison, the previous M1 Mac mini scored 1,651 single-core and 5,181 multi-core, while Apple’s M1 average scores are about 1,700 single-core and 7,000 multi-core. The M1 Pro in the previous generation 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro scored 1734 single-core and 10076 multi-core.
The M1 Max, which also powered the previous generation MacBook Pro and Mac Pro, scored 1727 single-core and 12643 multi-core. These scores show that the Apple M2 Pro has brought a significant improvement in performance and it is likely that this chip will be powering more of Apple’s products in the future.