After the MacBook Pro 16 announced last November, Apple may now be very close to the presentation of the new one MacBook Pro 13, highly anticipated product which in addition to using the new scissor keyboard (we talked about it HERE) will apparently be equipped with 10th gen Intel Core processors "Ice Lake" at 10nm.
After the recent sightings on the EEC database, to confirm the imminent arrival and the characteristics of the new MacBook Pro 13 are some screenshots leaked from the well-known 3DMark benchmark platform.
The model in question is equipped with a quad-core Intel Core i7-1068NG7 processor (28W), a solution that apparently would allow the new variant of the MacBook Pro 13 to offer an average performance increase of about 21% (we always talk about 3DMark). Other technical features include 32GB of RAM (DDR4) and a storage department with 2TB SSD.
At present we know that Apple could present the new MacBook Pro 13 during an event scheduled for the month of March; pending there is to consider that Apple's move to Intel Ice Lake processors is not a little news and confirms, at least in part, that Intel is finally able to meet customer requests with the hard-working 10-nanometer chips.