The new M1 24-inch Apple iMac comes out in seven colours, green, yellow, orange, blue, silver, purple and, pink. It has the M1 chip built-in and is also now said to be 56% faster than the Intel versions of the device.
According to Geekbench 5, a benchmarking tool that stresses the processor by providing it many tasks to do, and tries to provide a rough score, depending on the computer temperature, OS, and the way it handles it overall, the 24-inch iMac scored 1729 points on single-core, and 7459 in multi-core, which is 56% faster than the 2019 21.5-inch iMac, with an Intel Core i7 processor. The Apple device is still on a lead when compared with multi-core, which is around 24% faster, which is still impressive as the device is still new in terms of its processor.
The infamous 27-inch iMac on the other hand with a 10th generation Intel Core i7 won in multi-core with around a 24% lead when it comes to multi-core. Single-core, however, the M1 firmly grasps the lead with a 38% faster score. Don't get interested, as these are just rough estimates and many good things's have been said about Intel's processors and Apple's as well.
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The iMac will be released on May the 21st, but Geekbench results have already been created and leaked to the public, a lot of hype has been formed around it so let's see what the reviews could be like.